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Hello Sylvain I am using the burst_ind branch and have some doubts. I am using a test network, and it has no encryption. Usually the n/w has a low load and the channel structure followed during the assignment is SDCCH/4 + SACCH/C4 or CBCH(SDCCH/4). and timeslot 0 . The ccch_scan is able to capture the SMS sent on timeslot 0 and also only one of the subchannel as per the above assignment. Just for testing, When I use two phones and send an SMS from both of them simultaneously both are assigned timeslot 0 and different subchannels. CCCH_scan could capture only one SMS. meaning that it could only get one subchannel. Am I right about ccch_scan or does it have the capability to get a complete timeslot. ? Thank you Altaf -- View this message in context: http://baseband-devel.722152.n3.nabble.com/Receiving-on-TS-1-tp739307p4025204.html Sent from the baseband-devel mailing list archive at Nabble.com.