I bought a second hand Jukebox from eBay and could not resist trying to understand how it all worked ….
Programming the hard way!
Moscow based Fairwaves recently deployed its open-source GSM solution in the Netherlands using the unlicensed GSM spectrum. Small GSM networks were launched during major music festivals in cooperation with Dutch solution provider Event Connection.
I just wish it was easier to find some unlicensed GSM spectrum in the UK ….
A very nice present for Father’s Day 2013. I won’t be buying the Chav hat but that does not stop my fun! PS: Not me in the YouTube video below.
Introduction to my SIP/RTP Sequence Diagram / Call Flow generator tool. How to create Genesys SIP call flows the easy way!
Features and Benefits:
YouTube video here:
UPDATE 04/05/2013 – Genesys TLib support added.
I knew this blog post would come in useful one day!
UPDATE 06/05/2013 – Multiple capture devices and PCAP file merging added.
UPDATE 12/06/2013 – Added lots of new features like timelines, audio decoding and Genesys T-Lib message decoding!
Now available online here:
Also a YouTube video with an overview of Genesys Administrator and configuration options:
Placeholder for some further research.
GSM paging procedure:
Mapping of GSM paging requests to human activity:
TMSI determination based on silent paging e.g. calls to MS dropped before answer (3-5 second “ping” calls):
Interesting YouTube video here:
Reminds me of my Bryn …