2 edition of Getting Started with OpenBTS found in the catalog.
Source title: Getting Started with OpenBTS: Build Open Source Mobile Networks
|LC Classifications||Feb 08, 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
OpenBTS supports the creation of multiple concurrent carrier signals on a single physical radio to linearly increase network capacity, but the processing demands are very high. The coverage areas will not overlap and interfere with each other. Ideal for telecom and software engineers new to this technology, this book helps you build a basic OpenBTS network with voice and SMS services and data capabilities.
With this hands-on, step-by-step guide, you? Another thing to keep in mind is that as newer releases of OpenBTS are made available, new capabilities may require more processing power or memory. This book targets the Ettus Research N200. Linux Server The first requirement is a standard commodity Linux server. Ideal for telecom and software engineers new to this technology, this book helps you build a basic OpenBTS network with voice and SMS services and data capabilities.
This is easily remedied by using a SIM cutter, something that carrier shops love to charge decent service fees to use. OpenBTS can distribute any internet connection as a mobile network across a large geographic region, and provide connectivity to remote devices in the Internet of Things.
This is a desirable setup for a lab environment, especially if multiple developers are using multiple radios. Everything needed for voice, SMS, and data will be running in a single system. It must also have at least a USB2 interface, but USB3 is quickly becoming a requirement on newer software defined radios.
The easiest way to determine if a handset will be band compatible with your network is to search for the model on. Thus, the processing power needed Getting Started with OpenBTS generate and demodulate these signals could be an order of magnitude greater than in a lab setup. OpenBTS is responsible for implementing the GSM air interface in software and communicating directly with GSM handsets over it.
Thank You The Free Study Team. It also controls which radio transceiver application will be built.to rectify signal distortion due to the deployment environment.
Tip Ubuntu Desktop will also work equally as well as Ubuntu Server, but the Server edition has a smaller install footprint.
Description: 1 online resource 1 volume : illustrations Other Titles: Getting started with Open Base Transceiver Station Build open source mobile networks Responsibility: Michael Iedema ; foreword by Harvind Samra.
After moving on in 2011 to do VoIP related research and development for Ubiquiti Networks, Michael is currently a Senior Engineer at Range Networks, the creators of OpenBTS.