This is a python-based test framework by which we can control a set of BTSs and Modems to execute full-system end-to-end verification tests. We use this within Osmocom to du full end-to-end testing with all our network elements and real BTS + RF + Modem Hardware....
|OsmoGGSN (former OpenGGSN)|
This project aims at practical research and experimentation with the TETRA trunked radio system. See OsmocomTETRA.
This project contains proof-of-concept code to send GPS assistance data to mobile phones using RRLP (Radio Resource Location Protocol) as well as inquiring/obtaining their geolocation using RRLP queries. It uses OsmoNITB to operate the GSM network, and a u-blox GPS receiver to obtain the assistance data....
This is the homepage of the Osmocom sub-project GEO Mobile Radio.
[old, abandoned] OsmocomDECT project by Patrick McHardy, implements a linux kernel based DECT stack.
|OsmocomBB SDR PHY||
Up to now there was no software defined GSM mobile phone. The "SDR PHY for Osmocom BB" project aims to fill this void. The project is focused on the client side of GSM protocol stack, and bridging the gap between existing GSM stack implementation project and SDR hardware....
OsmocomBB is an Free Software / Open Source GSM Baseband software implementation. It intends to completely replace the need for a proprietary GSM baseband software.
This is about a set of shared C programming libraries the Osmocom project develops+maintains, such as
|Osmocom Conferences (OsmoDevCon, OsmoCon, OsmoDevCall)||
The Osmcoom [Developer] Conference, an annual event where Osmocom Developers and Users gather
This is a project implementing the analog cellular systems used in Germany and other countries in the past. It provides base station implementation of A-Netz (German pre-cellular), B-Netz (German pre-cellular), C-Netz (German cellular), NMT (Scandinavian: Nordisk Mobil Telefon) and AMPS/TACS (American: Advanced Mobile Phone Service)....
Osmocom Cell Broadcast Centre (CBC). It is the heart of the Cell Broadcast Service (CBS) as well as a variety of disaster/emergency warning systems (PWS).
OsmoBTS is an Open Source GSM BTS (Base Transceiver Station) with A-bis/IP interface. It implements support for a variety of PHY/Hardware, such as sysmocom sysmoBTS, OCTSDR-2G and LiteCell 1.5, but also general-purpose SDR boards such as USRP or LimeSDR via OsmoTRX....
OsmoBSCNAT is an A-interface aggregator that can aggregate many A-interface links from many BSCs and present them as one A interface towards a MSC. Most normal networks will not need this component, it only serves some special use case scenarios. It requires SCCPLite and doesn't work with 3GPP AoIP....
OsmoBSC is an Open Source BSC (GSM Base Station Controller) with A-bis/IP and A/IP interface. It supports a variety of BTS Vendors/Models, including some Siemens, Nokia, Ericsson and ip.access models. However, main focus during the last 5+ years is OsmoBTS based BTSs....
RF delay simulator using the ADI Pluto SDR
osmo-remsim is the Remote SIM software suite used to manage a set of phones/modems and a set of SIM/banks as well as the dynamic mappings of SIM cards to their remote phones/modems.It consists of:
Osmocom tool for Qualcomm DIAG
Osmocom PCAP utilities, such as a distributed client/server capture architecture. It allows a number of PCAP probes on remote hosts, feeding captured packets to a central host in the network. Each probe can have different capture filters. There are multiple options for the protocol between probe and central host....
This project targets a C-Language library providing an implementation and interface to manage a Modbus node in a Modbus bus.
This library relies heavily on libosmocore library and it is aimed at being used by applications using that same library.
The Modbus specs can be found here: https://www.modbus.org/specs.php...