[maemo-users] [maemo-users] Re: New software version with VOIP built in - Soon

From: John B. Holmblad jholmblad at aol.com
Date: Wed Feb 22 20:02:31 EET 2006

I think that is one reason why the standard configuration only turns on 
one radio on the device at a time, although I understand there is a 
registry hack to surmount that limitation at the expense of higher 
battery drain. And think of the possibilities. If you could find a way 
to turn the 802.11 into Access Point mode, you could then offer 
impromptu WIFI access and bridge users WIFI to the mobile provider's 
EVDO broadband data service. Of course the mobile providers would not 
like that and, no doubt, have prohibitions against such muxing in their 
acceptable use agreements. And for this device, at least, I don't even 
think they support/allow bridging a single laptop via bluetooth or WIFI, 
but that may change.

Best Regards,


John Holmblad


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Igor Stoppa wrote:
> Hi,
> On Tue, 2006-02-21 at 06:59 -0500, ext John B. Holmblad wrote:
>> Klaus,
>> I would be interested to learn why Nokia chose the TI OMAP1710
>> processor. I assume it was because of its integral DSP support as well
>> as support for multiple comms interfaces
> [clip]
>>         Battery     , Type:          Removable 1350 mAh Lithium-lon  
> What's the uptime of this device?
> That's a significant parameter to compare ... battery tells about
> potential but isn't really significant without knowing how it is used.
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