I want to provide analog phone service to another apartment in my building and the ideal solution would be a device that connects to an analog phone there, convert the signal to tcp/ip, and back in my apartment, another device to convert the signal from tcp/ip to analog for connection into my phone line. So basically, a tcp/ip based phone line extender. Does such a beast exists? Of course, I'm not interested in a $100,000 VOIP PBX system. The distance between the apartments prohibits running new wiring. I may resort to wireless or powerline networking. I have tried the alternative of just getting a cordless phone, but I couldn't get a signal with a 5.8Ghz DSS uniden phone. I had an old 900Mhz DSS phone that worked but had static. I think the higher-frequency phones sound clearer but can't get through walls as well. I was hoping a tcp/ip approach would be cleaner. I only intend this for voice so I don't need it to be perfect. I don't want to get a VOIP solution like vonage since the point of this is to save cost. Any ideas? Thanks!