Peer to Peer Audio Chat among Wireless Handhelds via Local Ad Hoc Networking

Cancelled

to develop a Java or .NET application for local voice chat among smart phones or handhelds via WiFi

Description: While all mobile phones support 2 way voice communication via wireless

telecommunications protocols like GSM, GPRS or 3G, they depend on the local

presence of a cellular base station. These stations are not ubiquitous and

their use is not free. However, direct and indirect communications via ad

hoc wireless networking using WiFi or Bluetooth can be used to support 2 way

local voice communication anywhere and without any payment to anyone. Popular

smart phones like the iPhone or Google Android phones typically support

both WiFi and Bluetooth as do portable handheld computers like the iPod,

Palm Tungsten etc.. These devices typically support programming development

environments in languages like Java and C# that allow use of their inbuilt

speakers and microphones and their wireless networking interfaces. These

devices could be used to develop a walkie talkie style audio chat application

communicating locally using ad hoc wireless networking.

Skills: Software Architecture

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Project ID: #4145962