On 15.08.2011 19:08, RST Engineering wrote:
A party line telephone, if you will, with full duplex from all four
Looks like you're trying to reinvent exactly the system used on
basically every helicopter ever flown.
I see no particularly good reason for doing _that_ wirelessly. Those
headsets are needed in that vehicle, and only in there. So they should
be part of the vehicle itself. Which is why they _should_ be attached
to it by wires.
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