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Subject: Re: Telephone electronics: routing cellular call
Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 18:28:22 +0800
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On 16 Oct 2002 20:36:05 -0700, email@example.com (Keith) wrote:
>This is what I would like to accomplish:
>I carry cell phone #1. I call cell phone #2 which is physically
>connected to a landline. This cell phone #2 picks up and I am able to
>dial out on the landline routing the entire conversation on cell phone
>#1 through the cell phone #2/landline interface.
>Anyone have any clues how to accomplish something like this?
Yes it could be done using a bridge type device. There were things
available in the past - mainly used by organised crime to hide their
final destination - but sometimes used by legit people.
Why would you want to do it? Or is it for a criminal organisation?
Not sure if you would find anything on the market these days as it's
just easire to dial the number you want from the cell phone in the
Try doing a search for "call diverters".
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