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Any one used VT-G0 from

Dear Users,

Has any body on here tested or using VT-GO on the Compaq PDA? What do you think of it? Any comments would be great.

Thanks Rif

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Re: Any one used VT-G0 from

I've used it. Worked well enough, just make sure you get an earpiece for the iPaq, without it, acoustic coupling leads to severe echo.

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I've installed and configured it with CCM 3.1(3a) and CCM 3.2(2c). It works very well with CCM 3.1 (with autoregistration enabled, the iPAQ is seen as a 7910).

With CCM 3.2 seams having some problems during registration but after the first registration fase (I've retried 3 times), all works fine.

Good voice quality.

Bye, Francesco

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Re: Any one used VT-G0 from

We've tried using Wavelan (Orinoco) .11b AP/NIC and CCM 3.0.11, and it works fine. As posted, you must have earpiece.

As an alternative to a true telephony device...and you plan on talking alot...not convinced it's there yet. Had to talk into IPAQ, which is ungainly, and most people here don't want to wear earbuds/headsets. Safety is another issue in a manufacturing environment (dangling earbud/hdset cord).

Once a bluetooth headset is compatible with IPAQ (or vice versa), then it becomes more of a contender (hopefully in Oct with GSM sleeve !). Or if manufacturer of T-Mobile's SmartPhone releases product with CF or PC Card ability...that might eliminate need for headset.

Currently use Symbol FH phones on .11 AP's