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osmo-e1-hardware - Collection of various E1/TDM hardware projects
This repository hosts three different sub-projects:
* osmo-e1-xcvr (E1 LIU + magnetics)
* osmo-e1-tracer (fully integrated passive raw bitstream tracer)
* osmo-e1-tap (passive high-impedance tap)
== osmo-e1-xcvr ==
This is a simple hardware project that aims to generate a reusable module
for interfacing E1/T1/J1 lines from various custom FPGA/CPLD/microcontroller
The board contains tranformers, the analog circuitry, the LIU (line interface
unit), an oscillator as well as an integrated transceiver chip.
It exposes the control interface (SPI) as well as the decoded synchronous
Rx/Tx bitstreams each on a 2x5pin header.
Framer, Multiplexe,r HDLC decoder or anything like that is out-of-scope for
now. The idea relaly is to provide an interface as low-level as possible.
One of the ideas is to create a "soft E1" interface, where the Rx/Tx bitstreams
are interfaced with the SSC of an AT91SAM3S and subsequently passed into a PC
via USB. The 2Mbps signal is very low-bandwidth, so that a pure software
implementation should be absolutely no problem for todays computing power.
See https://osmocom.org/projects/e1-t1-adapter/wiki/Osmo-e1-xcvr for more details
== osmo-e1-tap ==
This is a small passive board that allows you to perform high-impedance tracing on an E1
or T1 line.
== osmo-e1-tracer ==
This is a fully integrated design that allows you to obtainm bi-directional high-impedance
bitstream E1 traces. It features an iCE40 FPGA with USB + E1 cores from Sylvain Munaut,
as well as two E1 LIUs.
See https://osmocom.org/projects/e1-t1-adapter/wiki/E1_tracer for more details.