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Hi All, I just need a quick clarification on the return value of the function class_of_band in gsm332.c. The switch portion of the function takes care of other bands except 900 band which happen to be isolated separately after the switch statement. By that the 900 band is set to be default and only band to be used. I just want to know if this is deliberate or an oversight. If this situation is actually what I have in mind, I think it will definitely have effect on anyone trying to use Osmocom-bb for other band beside 900. I've been trying to get OBB work for PCS that happen to be only working GSM band in my location with no avail. For this, I need to know if including the 900 band as part of the switch statement will resolve the problem of having PCS band not working. Also is that the only section that need to be corrected in order for PCS band to camp and register with any approved cell in a location. Thank you. Sincerely, Rasak. -- View this message in context: http://baseband-devel.722152.n3.nabble.com/Return-value-for-fucntion-class-of-band-in-gsm322-c-tp4001443.html Sent from the baseband-devel mailing list archive at Nabble.com.