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fixeria, 01/21/2019 02:38 AM

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h1. Background
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{{>toc}}
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The [[OsmocomBB]] source code comes with several applications for various purposes.
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Those applications can be devided into two separate classes, applications:
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* running on the baseband chip of the phone
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* running on a PC, communicating with the baseband firmware over serial
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Applications running on the PC can further be partitioned into:
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* Firmware management software (loading, flashing, ...)
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* GSM Layer 2/3 applications
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The following will provide you a rough overview of the most commonly used software pieces.
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h1. Baseband firmware
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Binary location: src/target/firmware/board/*/*.bin
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Source locations: src/target/firmware/, particularly apps and layer1
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h2. layer1
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[[layer1bin]] is a simple GSM layer 1 proxy, communicating over the [[L1A_L23_Interface]].
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This allows you to run a full-blown GSM implementation on your host machine, communicating through the phones radio interface.
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h2. loader
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[[loaderbin]] is our flash loader, dumper and second stage bootloader
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h2. l1test (deprecated)
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Layer 1 development application.
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This application does what layer1 does, but automatically tunes to the strongest ARFCN it can find.
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It can be used for stand-alone-testing of the phones radio.
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h2. compal_dsp_dump
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Application for dumping the contents of the DSP in the Calypso chip.
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h2. compal_dumper (deprecated)
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The old Compal device dumper. Use compal_dsp_dump instead.
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h2. hello_world
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The initial obligatory "Hello, world!" application.
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Currently, this does more than say hello. Intended as a template for new applications.
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h2. menu
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Boot menu application to select and load apps that are stored in flash memory. See [[flashing_new]].
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h2. rssi
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The [[Rssibin]] can be used to monitor the received signal indication (RSSI) of ARFCNs or the entire spectrum.
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h2. EMI
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The EMI (electro magnetic interference) simulator application can be used to generate RF interference caused by GSM networks an mobile station. See [[emi-firmware]].
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h1. Firmware management software
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Location (source and binary): src/host/osmocon
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h2. osmocon
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[[osmocon]] is a console tool for interfacing our baseband firmware on the phone with applications on the host PC.
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It is responsible for downloading a baseband firmware or bootloader into the phone and relay communication between Layer 3 applications and baseband firmwares over serial.
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h2. osmoload
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[[osmoload]] is used to write, dump and examine flash memory of supported phones.
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You will need this program for example if you intent [[flashing]] an application to the phone (the software is usually loaded into RAM).
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h2. calypso_pll
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The [[calypso_pll]] tool can be used to calculate Calypso DPLL multiplier+divider.
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h2. rita_pll
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The [[rita_pll]] tool can be used to calculate the Rita PLL multiplier/divider.
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