|Subject:||Re: [Linphone-users] Windows Call Quality Window vs iPhones - Further Testing|
|Date:||Sat, 24 Oct 2015 14:40:05 -0400|
I have confirmed that the same result occurs when using Linphone on a Mac laptop.
Two Iphone4 s do not work and Two Iphone5 s work fine.
I have seen no reply to this problem.
This is a serious problem because I am building a small suitcase that will provide cell phone service to first responders when normal cell service is destroyed in a disaster. Linphone is the key to all this. Using 5 Iphones that are stored in the suitcase, they will be able to call out of the area using ham radio mesh technology. A Ubiquity Bullet wifi access point is connected to another Ubiquity Bullet which has been converted to AREDN mesh radio. I could afford to buy 4 Iphone 4s, but not 5 Iphone 5s, so the project is completely stalled until this problem can somehow be resolved. Please help!
Dr Robert Dixon
> On Oct 15, 2015, at 8:52 PM, Bob Dixon <address@hidden> wrote:
> I am trying to call directly from Iphones running Linphone to a Windows PC running Linphone, over a local wireless network.
> If I use an Iphone 5 it works fine. But if I use an Iphone 4 it does not (Tried with 2 different Iphone 4's.) The wireless signals
> are very strong. The Iphones and the PC and the wireless access point are within a few feet of one another.
> On the Windows PC, there is a small window just to the right of the time-in-call window, which seems to be some kind of call
> quality window. With the Iphone 5, it is nearly full scale. But with the Iphone 4's, it fluctuates between full and zero scale.
> When it is low, the audio quality is bad and it is delayed as long as 5 seconds.
> What exactly does that window mean? Why is there a difference between the different Iphones? How can I fix this
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