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Open-source base station runs Lime FPRF transceivers - eetasia.com - Eetasia.com (subscription)

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Open-source base station runs Lime FPRF transceivers - eetasia.com
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With the launch of the UmTRX transceiver, hobbyists and seasoned professionals can now build a complete base station from open-source pieces.
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Excellent carrier class Open Source BTS platform.

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SIP Mobility

Utilizing OpenBTS software and some of its other software components (Asterisk and GNU Radio), the students built a small GSM cellular network to provide ...
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Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark

Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Building a GSM network-in-a-box with Raspberry Pi 2, UmTRX and Osmocom.
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UmSITE-TM3 Open Source Edition announcement - Virtual Press Office (press release)

UmSITE-TM3 Open Source Edition announcement
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Built upon the proven UmTRX SDR transceiver, UmSITE-TM3 OSE is the perfect platform for Osmocom and OpenBTS GSM applications.
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KiCad software gets the CERN treatment | CERN

KiCad software gets the CERN treatment | CERN | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) are the heart of any electronic device, from toasters to smartphones. But so far, the engineers who design the boards often have had no option but to use proprietary tools. That's about to change: CERN experts are adapting the open-source software KiCad to make it an efficient tool for designing open-source hardware. This free software makes it easier for electronics engineers to share their designs.
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Assembling the Novena Laptop - Myriad

Assembling the Novena Laptop - Myriad | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
We were honoured and extremely privileged to have received the first Novena Laptop off the production line! In this post we take a look at the final assembly which needs to be done upon receipt of the laptop, including fitting the Novena-RF module and bulkhead mount RF connectors. Please note that this is not meant…READ MORE
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UmTRX » Blog Archive » TADHack and Upcoming Events

UmTRX » Blog Archive » TADHack and Upcoming Events | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
The collaboration resulted in a working prototype which was demonstrated live, using a UmTRX-based BTS, and which went on to win the Geeks Without Bounds Challenge Prize. The presentation slides can be found on ...
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Tweet from @chemeris

Tweet from @chemeris | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Testing the first batch of @Fairwaves UmTRX's manufactured locally in Boston. So far, so good! pic.twitter.com/VfqtuR0fnK
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Creating an Open-Source Multiband RC Transmitter | EE Times

Creating an Open-Source Multiband RC Transmitter | EE Times | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
This project is a reconfigurable open source radio transmitter for RC hobbyists that can operate over multiple frequency bands using multiple protocols.
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World's First Open Source Laptop Gets Wideband Software-Defined Radio

World's First Open Source Laptop Gets Wideband Software-Defined Radio | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
The Myriad-RF project is adapting one of its software defined radio transceiver designs for use with the Novena open source laptop.
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Building a GSM Base Station with Parallella and UmTRX » DesignSpark

Building a GSM Base Station with Parallella and UmTRX » DesignSpark | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Using Osmocom software with Parallella and UmTRX to create a mobile phone network.
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Field Programmable RF - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The FPRF (field programmable RF) is a class of radio frequency transceiver microchip that mimics the concept of an FPGA (field programmable gate array) in the RF domain to deliver a multi-standard, multi frequency device.

The earliest use of the term comes from Wireless Design Mag[1] and it has subsequently been used by a wide range of electronics trade magazines to describe the emerging class of multi frequency and multi standard flexible RF chips.

The term was coined by the US trade title Wireless Design Mag to describe an emerging class of highly flexible transceivers. It has since been used by a range of English language electronics and telecoms trade journals across the globe, including EE Times Asia[2], Electronics Weekly[3] (UK), Digitimes (Taiwan), EE Times[4] (US), and Light Reading[5] (UK / US)

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The Mexican village that got itself talking

The Mexican village that got itself talking | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
The BBC's Will Grant visits a village in southern Mexico where villagers have responded to phone companies' refusal to install an antenna by building their own.
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SIP Mobility

Utilizing OpenBTS software and some of its other software components (Asterisk and GNU Radio), the students built a small GSM cellular network to provide ...
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Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark

Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Building a GSM network-in-a-box with Raspberry Pi 2, UmTRX and Osmocom.
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UmSITE-TM3 Open Source Edition announcement - Virtual Press Office (press release)

UmSITE-TM3 Open Source Edition announcement - Virtual Press Office (press release) | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
UmSITE-TM3 Open Source Edition announcement
Virtual Press Office (press release)
Built upon the proven UmTRX SDR transceiver, UmSITE-TM3 OSE is the perfect platform for Osmocom and OpenBTS GSM applications.
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Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark

Running a GSM Network on the Raspberry Pi 2 » DesignSpark | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
Building a GSM network-in-a-box with Raspberry Pi 2, UmTRX and Osmocom.
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Software defined mobile network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Software defined mobile network

Software Defined Mobile Networking ( SDMN) is an approach to the design of mobile networks where all protocol-specific features are implemented in software, maximizing the use of generic and commodity hardware and software in both the core network and radio access network.

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Building a GSM Base Station

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Using Osmocom software with Parallella and UmTRX to create a GSM mobile phone network

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Using A RTL-SDR To Learn About The GSM Network Around You, Hak5 1621

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UmTRX » Blog Archive » Test and Development Spectrum Licensing

UmTRX » Blog Archive » Test and Development Spectrum Licensing | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
New blog post: Test and Development Spectrum Licensing — http://t.co/FQ9uSEwcDe
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Creating an Open-Source Multiband RC Transmitter | EE Times

Creating an Open-Source Multiband RC Transmitter | EE Times | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
This project is a reconfigurable open source radio transmitter for RC hobbyists that can operate over multiple frequency bands using multiple protocols.
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Novena

Novena | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
A new open-hardware computing platform, flexible and powerful, designed for use as a desktop, laptop, or standalone board.
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Check out the Wireless extension to this hardware!

http://myriadrf.org/sdr-enabling-the-novena-open-hardware-laptop/

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The democratisation of wireless innovation

I've said it before, but 2013 will come to be seen in the RF industry as the year that open source finally broke through. Myriad-RF was the first major open source RF hardware initiative from a sem...
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MyriadRF + Parallella: First steps

MyriadRF + Parallella: First steps | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
The application I have in mind for my future Parallella board is to use it for various software-defined radio (SDR) applications. Given the small form factor, low power and high computing power of ...
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UmTRX » Blog Archive » UmTRX enables first ever GSM service in Yaviche, Mexico

UmTRX » Blog Archive » UmTRX enables first ever GSM service in Yaviche, Mexico | Open Source Hardware for Wireless | Scoop.it
RT @UmTRX New blog post: UmTRX enables first ever GSM service in Yaviche, Mexico — http://t.co/sfSBsC9wox
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