OpenBTS.org is an open source software project dedicated to revolutionizing mobile networks by substituting legacy telco protocols and traditionally complex, proprietary hardware systems with Internet Protocol and a flexible software architecture. This architecture is open to innovation by anybody, allowing the development of new applications and services and dramatically simplifying the setting up and operation of a mobile network.
- “Getting Started with OpenBTS” e-book released, free download
- OpenBTS-UMTS 1.0 for data available for download!
The code for OpenBTS-UMTS 1.0 was posted today by Range Networks — the first ever open source 3G stack! Keep in mind for now it supports data transmission only. The code was first demo’d by Harvind Samra in July at OSCON in Portland during the OpenBTS BoF — after some interminable wrestling with licensing clean-up, […]
- O’Reilly to Publish “Getting Started with OpenBTS”
O’Reilly Media will be publishing the title “Getting Started with OpenBTS” in the fall, currently scheduled for release in September. The book, authored by Michael Iedema, a senior engineer at Range Networks, and with a foreword by Harvind Samra, co-founder of the OpenBTS project and Range’s CTO, provides an in-depth and holistic overview of using […]
- Range Networks Unveils APIs for OpenBTS at OSCON
Range Networks Unveils APIs for OpenBTS at OSCON The Launch of OpenBTS 5.0 Provides Developers with Greater Access to Real-Time Network Information PORTLAND, Ore., July 22, 2014 (OSCON, Oregon Convention Center, Booth #P3) – Range Networks, the leading provider of commercial open source cellular systems and leader of the OpenBTS software project, today announced the […]