|It is another streaming application to be used over 24+
kbit/s networks, like LAN's and ISDN. At the moment there are a linux /
x86 ELF binary version and a source version available, under the GNU
General Public Licence.
There's also a win32 version under development for Win95 and WinNT.
NetStreamer offers the possibility to distribute live Audio over network,
like Music from internal CD-ROMs or a radio signal on the line-input of
Well, it may be clear that you need a soundcard, preferably 16 bit.
The NetStreamer sound-quality is 16 bit mono at 8 kHz or 16 kHz. Every
sample is ADPCM compressed to 3 bits, so the bandwidth is 24 kbit/s or
NetStreamer consists of a program to "receive" audio, and a program
to "transmit" audio. Both programs connect to a NetStreamer Server, a kind
of reflector that takes care of the distribution of audio. Every transmitter
contacts a Server at startup and claims a certain frequency somewhere between
88.0 and 108.0 MHz, and receivers can tune in on one of these transmitter
Latest release: NetStreamer 0.17