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Hi Vadim, On Thu, Jun 23, 2016 at 3:45 PM, Вадим Яницкий <axilirator at gmail.com> wrote: > Fortunately, there are many SDR platforms available now. Especially interesting > devices are USRP, UmTRX, bladeRF, and recently introduced LimeSDR. They can be > easily programmed to support just about any type of wireless standard, of course, > including some mobile telecommunication stacks. As well as for network side back-end, > they can be used to perform MS side operations, excepting frequency-hopping and some > phone specific features (like SIM I/O). Btw, the first release of XTRX (http://xtrx.io) will have a SIM driver, so it'll be possible to connect it directly to a SIM card slot, as per the miniPCIe standard. If users will find this feature useful for users, it'll make it to the final release. > So, I think there is a way to bring a new live to, amazing child of the Osmocom > umbrella, OsmocomBB. We can make one work on SDR hardware platforms implementing > a 'bridge' between both already implemented L2/L3 and OsmoTRX. Also note an 'ms' branch of osmo-trx. It's not a full functionality required for an MS and the code is pretty dated, but it's close enough to start. > I know that there > already was some attempts (see sylvain/ms-sdr branch) to make described dreams > come true, but development was stopped. And now I am going to start to work around > this direction. It was a combination of circumstances that work was not finished and I would totally support an effort to finish it. -- Regards, Alexander Chemeris. CEO, Fairwaves, Inc. https://fairwaves.co