SRS releases open-source LTE UE

Software Radio Systems today released the srsUE project, their open-source software radio LTE UE. Featuring all layers from PHY to IP, srsUE supports bandwidths up to 20MHz using Ettus Research USRP RF front-ends and achieves up to 60Mbps using off-the-shelf processors. The software is highly configurable and provides a detailed log system, MAC-layer wireshark packet…

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SRS partners with SmartSky Networks to deliver true 4G inflight connectivity

Software Radio Systems (SRS) today announced a strategic partnership with SmartSky Networks, a high-performance air-to-ground connectivity network operator, in which SRS will provide test and validation solutions for SmartSky’s airborne products. Based on aviation-specific modifications to 4G wireless communications standards, SmartSky 4G delivers affordable and reliable office-like connectivity in the air. As a leading provider…

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SRS LTE software suite supports Epiq Solutions’ Sidekiq M.2

The SRS LTE software suite now includes support for the popular Sidekiq™ M.2 software defined radio (SDR) cards from Epiq Solutions . The combined technologies enable the development of custom LTE processing solutions in super small form factor radios for size-constrained applications, such as small UAS/UAVs. Sidekiq support is included in the commercially-available versions of…

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SRS joins H2020 WiSHFUL project

SRS joins the H2020 WiSHFUL project through the third open call for extensions and experiments with WISE (WIshful Srslte Extension). The WiSHFUL project is a testbed and experimentation project focusing on the creation of a single unified experimentation platform that provides a common interface with a wide range of wireless experimentation testbeds. Under WISE, SRS…

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SRS joins H2020 MONROE project

SRS joins the H2020 MONROE project through the first open call for extensions and experiments with SOPHIA: Software Radio for Measuring Mobile Broadband Networks. Since 2008, the FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) initiative has bridged the gap between visionary research and large-scale experimentation on new networking and service architectures and paradigms. The MONROE project proposes to design and operate…

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SRS joins FP7 FLEX project

SRS joins the FP7 FIRE FLEX project through the second open call for extensions and experiments with FLEX-IoT, a project focusing on evolving 3GPP standards for Low Power Wide Area Networking (LPWAN). Since 2008, the FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) initiative has bridged the gap between visionary research and large-scale experimentation on new networking…

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SRS joins ACCORD project

SRS joins the ACCORD project as the LTE software radio partner with responsibility for terrestrial waveform development. ACCORD is an ESA project within the ARTES 5.1 program to develop innovative terminals capable of seamlessly switching between different air interfaces. A fully operating software radio testbed will be implemented supporting one satellite network (based on DVB-S2…

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