29c3 OpenBTS workshop - Hardware and sotware
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Event: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/OpenBTS_workshop

Event: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2012/wiki/OpenBTS_workshop
Video: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLifX8tOt8ajpmUnIabqsqMD0MxcCHNI08

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29c3 OpenBTS workshop - Hardware and sotware Presentation Transcript

  • 1. OpenBTS:hardware and software
  • 2. Hardware: RF● Antenna● Power Amplifier● LNA Off the shelf● Duplexer (mostly)● Cables● CPU unit● Transceiver Special!
  • 3. Hardware optionsDIY from parts
  • 4. OpenBTS hardware:DIY style for lab usage
  • 5. Hardware: CPU unit● X86 – Atom D2700 handles 2-3 ARFCN – Core 2 Duo handles ~5 ARFCN● ARM – Low performance: ~ 1/2 ARFCN – Newer ARMs are promising● PowerPC
  • 6. Hardware: Transceiver USRP 1 / N2x0 / B100 (original hardware) UmTRX(coming soon)
  • 7. Hardware: AntennaAny small antenna.Sometimes works evenwithout an antenna
  • 8. Hardware: booster You dont need this for bench-top usage.
  • 9. OpenBTS hardware:DIY style for real usage
  • 10. Left as an exercise for a reader.
  • 11. Seriously speaking, Do NOT try to run a DIYOpenBTS setup at high power unless you have YEARS of experience!
  • 12. OpenBTS hardware: for real usage
  • 13. Range Networks Development Kit5150 Series Snap Network
  • 14. Range Networks● Output power: 100mW – 50W● Multi-ARFCN capable● Temperature Tested 2U enclosure● Industrial-grade Intel Atom CPU board
  • 15. Fairwaves
  • 16. Fairwaves● Output power: 100mW – 10W● Multi-ARFCN capable● Intel Atom based● Indoors and outdoors coming soon...
  • 17. Software
  • 18. Software versions● Recent version: 2.8● Dont use earlier versions!
  • 19. Software versions● Recent version: 2.8● Dont use earlier versions!● Official subversion: svn co http://wush.net/svn/range/software/public● Fairwaves github: https://github.com/fairwaves● Personal features branches Check wiki!
  • 20. Useful links● Official wiki https://wush.net/trac/rangepublic/● Old wiki http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/ OpenBTS● Range Networks http://www.rangenetworks.com/● Fairwaves https://fairwaves.ru/