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Currently the DSP is instructed to achieve a given uplink
power target but there are circumstances (e.g. EMV testing)
where we need more control over it. The "manual/software/osmo"
power control can only be implemented per TRX and not per
lchan. Add a very very basic control that checks the MS Power
used by the phone, the actual receive level and then adjust
The code doesn't take the history into account, if the phone
can not reach the requested power level the code will be stuck
(e.g. no timeout based on multiframes). It has a mode for a
fixed power control but no way to set it yet.
We do not have the vty test script to do roundtrip testing. There
is no max-initinal-pout, then there was a typo inside 'initial' and
for the relative step size the unit is dB/mdB. Fix both of that.
In order to support transmit power reduction by thermal management
as well as the variety of new internal / external PA configurations
of BTSs, we need a slightly more complex system.
Also, as at high power a single dB can be quite a big difference,
we are now doing all computations in milli-dB(m), i.e. 1/10000 bel.
Ramping is now used both for up and down ramping, as that is useful in
cases where you want to gracefully shut down a cell by shrinking its
radius, gradually handing over subscribers to neighboring cells.
Furthermore, this code is becoming part of the 'common' codebase, as it
is not really specific to how sysmobts is working.
The user can specify a single aggregate value for external system
gain/attenuation. Let's say you have 1dB loss of antenna cable, so you
can put that as 'user-gain -1' into the config, which means that a
'transmit power of 20dBm' will be compensatet for that and the TRX is
instructed to output 21dBm to compensate the cable loss. Similarly,
external PAs can be described by a positive user-gain.
One of the next steps will be to communicate those values and the
nominal power capability of the specific BTS to the BSC, so the BSC will
automatically show correct signal levels in the VTY and log files.
The code includes provisions for future extensions regarding
* an external and an internal PA with calibration tables
* a thermal attenuation setting to be controlled by the site manager
... which is now available from gsm_data_shared.[ch] of openbsc
Include the btsconfig.h for the PACKAGE_VERSION variable.
This patch adds the following VTY commands to tune AGCH queue
agch-queue-management threshold THRES low LOW high HIGH
Resets queue management to default parameters.
agch-queue-management threshold 0 low 25 high 75
Start dropping at 25%, drop all messages above 75% queue length
(relative to max queue length corresponding to T3126). Between
low and high, drop with a probability interpolated linearly
between 0 (low) and 1 (high).
agch-queue-management threshold 50 low 0 high 0
Start dropping at 50% and continue until all IMM.ASS.REJ have
been removed from the front (output) of the queue
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
Counters are added for the following events (use VTY show to query):
- Dropped IMMEDIATE ASSIGN REJECT messages
- Merged IMMEDIATE ASSIGN REJECT messages
- Rejected AGCH messages
- Use of PCH (non-reserved) for AGCH messages
- Use of AGCH (reserved) for AGCH messages
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
This reverts commit bbfd21a36cdd10c3b8d83a329042d9ebfb4c5250.
This patch removes the local 'end' and 'exit' implementations (which
aren't used anyway) and uses the generic ones provided by libosmocore
instead, which are enabled automatically when vty_install_default()
The prompt strings are modified to match those in
Sponsored-by: On-Waves ehf
Instead of explicitly having to specify the local IP address for RTP
sockets in the BTS, we just use "0.0.0.0" instead, which gets
translated to INADDR_ANY.
We still accept the configuration directive in old config files, but
when we write, the line will no longer be re-written to the file.
TODO: IMHO, the IPA RSL CRCX/MDCX actually permit the BSC to specify the
IP address on the BTS side, and we probably simply ignore this at this
These attributes are saved in paging_state, we don't need to save them a
second time in struct gsm_bts_role_bts. Add get and set methods for
these attributes and use them consitently in the VTY code.
This may be adding bells and whistles that nobody wants to touch, but at
least for current analysis/optimiziation they are useful to have. Later
on they should probably be removed again and/or obsoleted by OML
messages for configuration of paging behaviour by the BSC.
This will make app -V print the copyright information like the other
applications of our universe. An BTS integration that want to list
additionaly copyright holders needs to access the vty_app_info and create
a new copyright string.
this deals with unused cocde, unused variables and undeclared symbols in
there's one global setting for the BTS default value, plus an
interactive command to change the buffer of an active lchan on the fly
this config file allows configuration of unit id, oml ip,
and local rtp bind IP.
This code re-works osmo-bts to add support for the upcoming sysmocom BTS.
It also tries to add some level of abstraction between the generic
part of a BTS (A-bis, RSL, OML, data structures, paging scheduling,
BCCH/AGCH scheduling, etc.) and the actual hardware-specific bits.
The hardware-specific bits are currently only implemented for the sysmocom
femtobts, but should be (re-)added for osmocom-bb, as well as a virtual
BTS for simulation purpose later.
The sysmocom bts specific parts require hardware-specific header files
which are (at least currently) not publicly distributed.