If it is possible to have a data/internet network routed wirelessly around a building, which would otherwise use CAT5 wiring, is it possible to do the same with a telephone network which would otherwise use CAT5 wiring?
To elaborate a little, we need a business-style telephone system (with multiple lines, call transferringe etc.) like, say, a Meridian Norstar system, however full CAT5 wiring would prove problematic, so if CAT5 wiring can be replaced by wireless for computer signals could the same be done for voice?
Basically I would want something like this
___________ main switchboard__ wireless transmitter -------------------- wireless receiver ____ extension
line in -------------------- wireless receiver ____ extension
Could, even, standard LAN wireless hubs/routers be used? The main switchboards of most telephone systems simply have lots of CAT5 out ports, so could they all be connected to a transmitter, then each of the phone points (which take CAT5 in) be connected to a wireless receiver?
Thanks for any responses