srsLTE 19.06 Release Announcement

We’re very excited to announce the release of srsLTE 19.06. While primarily a code refactor and bug-fix release, this version also includes two new srsUE features: QoS and 256QAM support. With QoS support, srsUE can now handle creation of dedicated bearers with associated traffic flow templates. Support for 256QAM now provides up to 200 MBit/s…

Meet SRS at Mobile World Congress 2019

Visit SRS (Hall 7 Stand 7D71) at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona, 25-28 February. We’ll be highlighting the open-source and auditable srsLTE software radio suite, featuring complete UE, eNodeB and EPC applications. Running on off-the-shelf whitebox hardware, the SRS suite is ideally suited for tailored LTE-based private network solutions. We will also be…

AirScope Demonstration

AirScope AirScope is the SRS LTE air interface analyzer. It provides real-time over-the-air decoding capabilities for network analysis using standard PC and general purpose SDR frontends. AirScope captures transmissions for a local LTE cell, decodes the PDCCH channel for all active users in the cell and provides cell-wide and per-user statistics on a broad range…

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…

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…

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…