|author||Alexander Chemeris <Alexander.Chemeris@gmail.com>||2013-06-16 14:29:54 +0400|
|committer||Alexander Chemeris <Alexander.Chemeris@gmail.com>||2013-06-16 14:29:54 +0400|
Checking in build system for the Transceiver.
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+Some parts copyright 2011 Range Networks, Inc.
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+patented technologies. The user of this software is required to take whatever
+actions are necessary to avoid patent infringement.
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+over a radio link. This activity is heavily regulated nearly everywhere in
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+The OpenBTS software applications and associated documentation are "Commercial
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