I’m not sure if this is the best location to post this but I couldn’t find any other forum related to my concern. You all know that for connecting asterisk to telco we can use one of the widely used digital interface cards like those who OpenVox provides. But I came across an old project called tormenta which seems they could successfully design an ISA and a PCI card. Their project is not continuing but I had a visit from their website. They have provided Tormenta 1 (ISA) schematics so one can easily reproduce it. But I was wondering if Tormenta 2 (PCI) schematics are also released? “For those wishing to fabricate their own cards, the gerber photoplot files may be downloaded here”, they mentioned in their website. But as far as I am not expert on this field does this mean that if I deliver these files to a company which is capable of printing electrical boards they can provide my a ready-to-use PCI tormenta card? I also tried to email them with no luck ever receiving a reply. Their package includes a few .rep, .pho, .drl and .lst files. I have asked a few experts but they told me that we can not use these files to print the PCB board is that correct?!
Thanks in advance