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Hi Sebastien, On Mon, May 14, 2012 at 09:43:35AM +0200, Sebastien Lorquet wrote: > what do you specialist think of the "bic phone" as an osmocombb candidate? the problem is not so much to find inexpensive phones that are available. The problem is finding somebody who is willing to do the weeks to months of reverse engineering the required hardware components and the DSP/ARM API. In case of (older) MTK chipsets, all that is missing IMHO is somebody to look at the way the ARM drives the DSP (shared memory based API) and write some code on the ARM side that can interface with our existing L1. But still this is something that requires both reverse engineering skills, a lot of knowledge on GSM Layer1, as well as probably some MS measurement equipment plus quite a bit of time. At the moment, I don't think any of the classic OsmocomBB developers has that time, as there are many other systems to investigate and play with. We already have a working solution for GSM on both the MS side (with inexpensive phones that are still available in decent quantitites), so people are looking at 3G, Thuraya, TETRA, Inmarsat, etc... Also, regarding TI Calypso, you will not find any current-day phone that is still using it. It was end of life in 2007/2008. 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)