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Not quite, I shut off the computer a few blocks before the I get to the street I live on.Originally Posted by frodobaggins
Just a thought guys....
The big problem, or the problem most are going to struggle with is tansmitting the information from the car to the server.
its expensive to use your mobile GPRS etc so SMS is so cheap now why not send the info to the server in a text message?
Also you could make a site that, if you wanted your mates car (with Car PC) to go somewhere, or when your g/f gets lost cos she "doesn't understand the voice" you send a text to the "car" which is read by the computer and automatically plots it in MM??
The plan my car is on is $30/month for unlimited GRPS with my PCMICA air card. My provider charges like 5 cents per SMS message.
I like the idea of a full time Internet connection. There are other features that can be implemented such as a webcam or streaming Internet radio. Those would not be possible over SMS.
Who is that plan through. I couldn't find any sorta connection for that cheap here in cleveland.
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I have been looking at that, what speeds are you getting? I have been experimenting with Skype in the car.Originally Posted by Zip-Lock
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It's very slow, even slower when moving or you donít have a perfect signal. 56K modem speeds under ideal conditions. It can easily be 1/4 of that 56k speed or less.Originally Posted by john1701
I don't think the T-Mobile card would be suitable for VOIP applications until they implement the new EDGE network.
I have used the Verizon Broadband card with VOIP and it worked very well. But that costs $80 a month before taxes.