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commit 65df421c579737b9078a4ff637351ee1595cf85b
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Mon Jul 25 00:20:37 2016 +0600

    host/trxcon: initial release of L1CTL handlers
    Now it's possible to handle the following requests
    from layer23 apps:
    - L1CTL_PM_REQ
    It should be noted, that the L1CTL_PM_REQ isn't
    handled correctly yet, due to required task isn't
    implemented on the TRX side yet. Instead of this,
    temporary we are sending some fake responses.
    Change-Id: I343eca3e20922ddd83e06231811200b26da442f3


commit d581a51efee0661d3f8aa78c67efbef926541edf
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Wed May 31 09:28:40 2017 +0700

    host/trxcon: integrate osmo-fsm framework
    This change introduces the following state machines:
      - trxcon_app_fsm - main application state machine.
        This state machine handles different events, raised
        from program modules (such as trx_if.c or l1ctl.c).
      - l1ctl_link_fsm - L1CTL server state machine.
      - trx_interface_fsm - TRX interface state machine.
    All program modules (such as trx_if.c or l1ctl.c)
    are independent from each other. In other words,
    one module cannot call methods from another, e.g.
    L1CTL handlers from l1ctl.c aren't able to send
    any command to transceiver directly.
    Instead of that, they use shared event set to notify
    the main state machine about something. Depending on
    current state and received event main state machine
    'decides' what to do. This approach would allow to
    easily reuse the source code anywhere almost 'as is'.
    Change-Id: I7ee6fc891abe5f775f5b7ebbf093181a97950dea


commit 6a098d2632ea9a620c7dc33bd047d8fc3d48355c
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Sat Jun 3 19:02:20 2017 +0700

    host/trxcon/trx_if.c: add ECHO command
    This command should be used to check transceiver availability.
    Change-Id: I6af2d5e413ff7ab751cb34e1659742b0f59b6cca


commit f37861d583cefc88994fd691b0a45fec7ff5fc56
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Sun Jul 24 01:40:41 2016 +0600

    host/trxcon: initial release of transceiver interface
    This is the second side of the 'OsmocomBB <-> SDR' bridge.
    Most of source code taken from the OsmoBTS project.
    Change-Id: I96fa3ada05d010f31af419a4950fd8ae2b62ef34


commit bedbf921431b8c7ecd31800cd428930db42fa496
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Fri Jul 22 22:57:50 2016 +0600

    host/trxcon: initial release of L1CTL interface
    There are two sides of the 'OsmocomBB <-> SDR' bridge. One of
    them is the L1CTL interface, which is used by existing layer23
    applications to drive GSM L1. Exactly this interface is provided
    by the osmocon application, but instead of forwarding messages
    between both host software and firmware we need to handle incoming
    messages from layer23 applications, perform some GSM L1 specific
    conversations (coding, mapping, interleaving, etc.), then finally
    forward them to transceiver through the scheduler. And vice versa.
    This code is just a basic implementation of UNIX socket handlers,
    so currently we can only accept and drop connections from layer23
    Change-Id: I58d069bcc7742b42c0bf95e52063933bf2c352ff


commit 19ac29776e2fd77a19aee734d0924986823f872c
Author: Vadim Yanitskiy <axilirator at gmail.com>
Date:   Thu Jun 30 00:41:58 2016 +0600

    host/trxcon: introduce a new 'trxcon' application
    This app is similar to the osmocon, but designed to
    connect L2 & L3 apps with SDR transceiver insted of
    obsolete Calypso based hardware.
    Change-Id: Ie3c17f19aad9c26f3c49966a7c96b65911f62369


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