Osmocom Packet control Unit (PCU): Network-side GPRS (RLC/MAC); BTS- or BSC-colocated
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This OpenBTS socket interface was originally added to enable GPRS
capabilitie with a forked version of OpenBTS, at a time when the public
OpenBTS release didn't yet have any GPRS support.

Meanwhile, the later OpenBTS releases included their own version of
GPRS, without any external PCU/SGSN/GGSN, so this interface is no longer

This also means that the OsmoBTS socket interface is now the default at
compilation time.  There is no other interface.
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This is an implementation of Packet Control Unit (PCU) according to TS 04.60

The PCU is part of BSS, so it connects directly to SGSN.

== Current limitations ==

 * No PFC support
 * No fixed allocation support
 * No extended dynamic allocation support
 * No unacknowledged mode operation
 * No PCCCH/PBCCH support
 * Only single slot assignment on uplink direction
 * No half-duplex class support (only semi-duplex)
 * No handover support
 * No measurement support
 * No TA loop
 * No power loop
 * No CS loop