An implementation of Analog cellular networks like A-Netz, B-Netz, C-Netz, NMT, AMPS, TACS, JTACS, Radiocom 2000, IMTS, MPT1327, Eurosignal and more http://osmocom-analog.eversberg.eu/
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This software implements base station protocol of classic mobile phones. With
radio transmitter and receiver connected to one sound card and a headset
connected to another sound card, it is possible to make and receive calls to
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and from mobile phone. With SDR (software defined radio) it can be use without
radio equipment connected to a sound card, and even multiple channels can be
generated simultaniously using SDR. Currently supported networks:
* A-Netz
* B-Netz (ATF-1)
* C-Netz
* NMT 450 / 900 (Nordic Mobile Telephone)
* AMPS (Advanced Mobile Phone System)
* TACS (Total Access Communication System)
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* JTACS (Japanese version of TACS)
* Radiocom 2000 (French network)
* IMTS / MTS ((Improved) Mobile Telephone Service)
* MPT1327 (Trunked Radio) aka known as 'Buendelfunk'
* Eurosignal (ERuRD paging service)
* 5-Ton-Folge (ZVEI 5 tone paging code for pager and siren trigger)
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* JollyCom (Unofficial network, invented by the author)
* C-Netz BSC (Connecting to a C-Netz Base Station)
Additionally the following communication services are implemented:
* TV Transmitter with test Images
* Radio transmitter / receiver
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* Analog Modem Emulation 'Datenklo' (AM7911)
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* German classic 'Zeitansage' (talking clock)
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* POCSAG transmitter / receiver
* Golay/GSC transmitter / receiver
* DCF77 time signal transmitter and receiver
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* C-Netz SIM emulator
* C-Netz magnetic card emulator
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
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Acknowledgements:
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Carsten Wollesen for donating Telefunken 4015 B-Netz phone back in the 90's.
Klaus Adler for helping me to retrieve complete NMT specification and donating
a BSA44 (magnetic card C-Netz hackable phone) back in the 90's.
Andy Zauner for providing signaling specification of C-Netz back in the 90's.
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Hans Wigger for providing valuable information about A-Netz and B-Netz and
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helping me to get an A-Netz phone.
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Stephan Hessberger for his work on oebl.de, that provides valuable information
about A-Netz, B-Netz, C-Netz, Eurosignal and much more.
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Friedhelm Hillebrand for providing complete specification of the mobile phone
of C-Netz.
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Mikko Ristila for providing newer NMT specs (with DMS/SMS specifications).
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Dieter Spaar and Mark Atherton for providing AMPS information and recordings
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to verify and debug AMPS support.
See http://www.idesignz.org/AMPS/AMPS_BS.html for first base station
implementation of AMPS.
Telecommunication Industry Association for providing TIA/EIA-533 documentation.
"Reproduced under written permission from Telecommunications Industry
Association."
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Eric from Smart Card World and Karsten Niehusen from cardomatic.de for
providing memory cards to be programmed for older C-Netz phone.
Dieter Spaar providing TACS recordings to verify and debug TACS support.
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Hans Wigger providing Radiocom 2000 recordings, to reverse-enigineer the
standard, which seems not to exist anymore...
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Peter, Peter, Friedhelm and Stephan for providing documentation and hardware
for C-Netz Base Station and other C-Netz documents.
Carsten Wollesen for donating MPT1327 radios and programming tools.