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commit 3c570f69a483fd652fc883e415c45ebd788e55c2
Author: Alexander Chemeris <Alexander.Chemeris at gmail.com>
Date:   Sat Mar 19 21:16:58 2016 +0300

    sigProcLib: Change number of head bits in detectRACHBurst() from 4 to 8.
    
    To match GSM 05.02 Access Burst definition.

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commit 83d2b7e034709376f7d98af7bbf5b0036f173220
Author: Alexander Chemeris <Alexander.Chemeris at gmail.com>
Date:   Sat Mar 19 21:16:22 2016 +0300

    transceiver: Properly handle MAXDLY.
    
    Previously MAXDLY value was applied to Normal Bursts, which was nice
    when working with sloppy test equipment like CMD57, but useless for
    real world usage. At the same time documentation and de facto usage
    of MAXDLY in OsmoBTS and OpenBTS assumed that it actually applies to
    Access Bursts (RACH). So this patch changes osmo-rx behavior to apply
    MAXDLY to RACH bursts and introduces a new command MAXDLYNB for the
    old behavior.

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