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…Details
FOSDEM 2015 took place in Brussels on January 31st and February 1st. Once again, the Software Defined Radio developer room was hugely popular with standing room only throughout the day. SRS presented an overview of the open source landscape for LTE software radio. The full recording of the presentation can be found here.
ACM Mobicom takes place this week in Paris. On Monday, the fourth Software Radio Implementation Forum (SRIF) workshop was held at Université Pierre et Marie Curie where SRS demonstrated their software radio LTE UE. Developed under the European Space Agency ACCORD project, srsUE runs on off-the-shelf general-purpose processors and supports bandwidths of between 1.4 and…Details
Researchers at Telecom Italia have adopted srsLTE for 4G signal measurements. Ettus Research’s E310 software radio platform is used for on-air signal collection. Data processing is carried out offline using the srsLTE suite of signal analysis tools. For more information on srsLTE, see our product pages.
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…Details
This month’s IEEE Spectrum edition includes an article focusing on open-source software defined radio for community-built 4G networks. Featuring Software Radio Systems srsLTE and srsUE projects and quoting director Paul Sutton, the article provides an overview of current open-source LTE projects and describes how rural and neglected communities can liberate themselves from dependence on large…Details
FOSDEM 2016 will take place in Brussels on January 30 and 31. A non-commercial event for the free and open-source software community, FOSDEM is widely recognised as the best such conference in Europe. SRS will attend the popular Software Defined Radio developer room on January 31st where Ismael Gomez will give a technical presentation on…Details
SRS today announced new releases of their open-source srsLTE library and srsUE application. Version 1.1 introduces support for BladeRF front-ends and adds RRC reconnection and paging support to srsUE. Also included in the releases are numerous minor improvements and bugfixes. For more information and to download the source code, visit the project pages on github.
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…Details
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…Details