With the free inqodec firmware from In:Quality, quickly and easily build your own SIP and Opus enabled IP codec. Connect with radio stations and studios around the world in broadcast quality. Optimized for the sip.audio service.
Step by step: https://sip.audio/knowledge...
You will need...
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Micro USB Power Supply
8GB MicroSD Card
Raspberry Pi Case
USB Microphone or Interface
1. Download the latest InQodec Firmware.
2. Download and install balenaEtcher.
3. Insert microSD card in card reader, and attach card reader to your computer.
4. Run balenaEtcher, and select the downloaded inqodec .zip file as the image.
5. Select the new microSD card / card reader as the target drive.
6. Double-check that you have selected the correct target. Click Flash!
7. While the image is flashing, you can prepare your Raspberry Pi. Insert it into its case, and consider adding heat sinks to the main board components.
8. Connect your microphone or audio interface to any USB port. For optimum results, connect your headphones to the microphone, not the Pi.
9. Connect an ethernet cable from the Pi to your internet router. Most wifi routers also have ethernet sockets on the back.
10. For the initial setup, it's useful to also connect an HDMI monitor (TV). You may also choose to connect a USB keyboard and mouse, but this should not be necessary.
11. Insert the newly flashed microSD card into the slot underneath the Pi's main board. The contacts should be facing upwards.
12. Connect the Micro USB power supply to the Pi, and to the mains. The Pi should power up, and you should see network activity on the ethernet port.
13. You can configure the device using a USB keyboard and mouse, but it's easier to connect to its web interface from your computer. For this you'll need to find out what IP address your router has assigned to the device.
14. The easiest way to determine the IP address is to connect it to any TV or monitor using an HDMI cable. The IP address is then displayed at the bottom of the screen.
You may also log into your internet router to see the allocated IP address, or on some networks, you can try visiting http://inqodec/
in your web browser.
15. When you know the IP address, enter it into the address bar of your favorite web browser. You should now see the First Time Setup page.
Submit the default settings, or amend as desired.
16. You can now configure the device with your SIP account credentials. For full functionality and optimum results, use a sip.audio account.
Note: You can actually configure more than one SIP account, if for instance you are given specific SIP account credentials for a radio station.
17. When configuation is complete, the SIP codec will attempt to register to the SIP server (PBX), and will display Ready if successful.
You can now be called from ipDTL or any supported SIP enabled device at email@example.com
Using the web interface you can create shortcuts and make calls using a SIP address, or ISDN/phone number.
You could even add a touchscreen to allow simple dialing of shortcuts.
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