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doc: Document a shortcoming of the current OML code
11 years ago
contrib contrib: Create a script that opens a SIP session before 11 years ago
debian mgcp: Catch up with the renaming of the MGCP GW binary 11 years ago
doc doc: Document a shortcoming of the current OML code 11 years ago
include move BTS-specific timezone override into sub-structure 11 years ago
src typo: Mandantory -> Mandatory.. a common typo of mine 11 years ago
tests nat: Add another test case for TP-SRR clearing and number rewrite 11 years ago
tools hlrstat: Print numeric MCC/MNC in case no name is available 14 years ago
.gitignore update .gitignore 11 years ago
AUTHORS add sylvain and andreas as authors 14 years ago
COPYING License change: We are now AGPLv3+ instead of GPLv2+ 13 years ago examples: automatically copy all examples in dist and install it to docdir 12 years ago
README update README with URL of the homepage 13 years ago gb: suspend_ref was changed to a plain uint8_t, update the code 11 years ago
git-version-gen automatically include program version and print it from vty and --version 13 years ago Install gsm_04_08.h and required headers into a openbsc/ 13 years ago


About OpenBSC

OpenBSC is a minimalistic implementation of the GSM Network, with
particular emphasis on the functionality typically provided by the BSC,

Its currently supported interfaces towards the BTS are:

 * Classic A-bis over E1 using a mISDN based E1 interface. In other
   words, you can connect existing GSM Base Transceiver Station (BTS)
   through E1 to OpenBSC.  So far, we have only tested the Siemens BS-11
   Test reports with other BTS are much appreciated!

 * A-bis over IP as used by the ip.access nanoBTS product family

You can find the project documentation at

This project is still in its early days, and there are lots of areas where it
doesn't behave as per GSM spec.

	Harald Welte <>


Please note that as of March 2010, OpenBSC has a dependency to a library
called "libosmocore".  You can obtain that library from