Osmocom Open Source Cellular Network Infrastructure #Telephany
Osmocom Cellular Network Infrastructure is a project aiming to create a Free / Open Source Software, (A)GPL-licensed software implementations for the GSM/3GPP protocol stacks and network elements, preferably as pure software implementations running on general-purpose computers. All our software is available in source code form, to anyone.
…individual projects perform the different tasks that were previously united inside the OsmoNITB, such as:
OsmoMSC – a GSM/UMTS Mobile Switching Center with support for AoIP as well as IuCS. SCCPlite support is work in progress
OsmoBSC – a GSM Base Station Controller with support for many different BTS vendors and models attached via Abis (over E1 and IP).
OsmoSTP – a SS7 Transfer Point to connect MSC and BSC
OsmoHLR – a minimal implementation of a Home Location Register
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