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Hi Tyson, thanks for your introduction and for your interest in this project. On Mon, May 07, 2012 at 01:20:31PM +0100, Tyson Key wrote: > I've just received a copy of the e-mail regarding the OT-290, thanks to > Andrew Back; and I'm wondering it's possible to discuss the feasibility of > implementing this functionality with Harald - since it doesn't seem to have > generated much interest from others, > and I'm "fortunate" enough to live in a small British town without > EDGE coverage (which should make it easier to test GPRS-related > tracing functionality). Even in areas with EDGE coverage, the network will always fall back to GPRS if you use a GPRS-only phone (like the OT-290). So the fact that your town only has GPRS doesn't make a difference here. > Although I'm unfamiliar with how things work in Osmocom, I've previously > worked on Wireshark dissectors for USB-encapsulated AT commands, and > various NFC/smartcard-related protocols (PN532, FeliCa and MiFare); and am > also familiar with Nokia's proprietary ISI baseband protocol, and parts of > ETSI's GSM/UMTS specifications - so this sort of stuff isn't totally alien > to me. Cool, this sounds like a good set of skills to address this problem. > I'm also currently studying Computer Science as an undergraduate (at the > University of Bradford) - but I should be able to make time to work on this. I guess time is the key aspect here. I would definitely want to make sure that whoever gets a OT-290 for implementing the GSMTAP interfacing code is likely to be able to complete the task before GPRS is phased out ;) So I guess I will leave it up to Denis and you to figure out who might have more of an interest and/or time in this. Regards, Harald -- - Harald Welte <laforge at gnumonks.org> http://laforge.gnumonks.org/ ============================================================================ "Privacy in residential applications is a desirable marketing option." (ETSI EN 300 175-7 Ch. A6)