04-20-2010 04:43 AM
It's true. We did it. You too can have a VoIP application made in no time.
First, thank you champions of blackberry java ( you'll know if you are one of them ) for many excellent hints on all kind of topics scattered throughout the forum. This community really is an inspiring one.
OK, here's the meat:
We developed a full duplex *real* VoIP engine and packed it into a neat little VoIP engine SDK. Let me stress this out : "It does NOT use GSM at all !"
The VoIP engine is packed as a library app which can be included into your existing (or newly created) GUI + transport shell, and - voila! - your VoIP app is up and running. You'll experience great audio and a small delay conforming to VoIP standards.
The first release doesn't include RTP and transport but that will soon be a part of the engine. Not to drag this discussion too long, you can see, hear, find out more about and even test the demo application yourself at www.fgmicrotec.com
Happy coding !
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04-20-2010 04:55 AM
too bad i did not get the time to do it myself, but nice to see that you have succeeded. i'll contact you
04-20-2010 05:48 AM
Sure you can test it !
Just go to www.fgmicrotec.com and apply there.
The demo displays the VoIP engine SDK possibilities by connecting two BB devices inside your WLAN into an actual VoIP call.
04-20-2010 06:58 AM
Nice, congrats. This also shows it is possible.
04-20-2010 10:11 AM - edited 04-20-2010 10:20 AM
Congrads to you myraddin, Does it work on CDMA phones? I have a few of them with wifi laying around here.
EDIT: Just went to your site and it says no CDMA.
BTW. When are you going to have a SIP application?
04-21-2010 04:12 AM - edited 04-21-2010 04:12 AM
SIP is being developed as we speak and will be available in sync with RTP support.
Soon you'll just need a GUI and off you go.
Keep the subscription to this thread active ....
04-21-2010 05:00 AM