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  • Registered on: 02/07/2016
  • Last connection: 01/21/2019

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01/21/2019

03:57 PM OsmoBTS Bug #2989: OsmoBTS reports ever-growing TA value
No matter how I look at this patch, I can't figure out what it's trying to do ... AFAICT it's just plain wrong.
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03:36 PM OsmoBTS Bug #3055: osmo-bts-trx: slow TA loop feedback
Yes, it's slow. But OTOH it can cope with at least 1 TA value every 2 second, so that's a MS moving at ~ 1000 km/h. T...

01/01/2019

05:27 PM Misc Hardware Projects Feature #3314: design simple SFP experimentation board with LVDS transceiver
Yes the board with the lvds driver / receiver works fine (minus the missing resistor that's documented in the issue a...

12/21/2018

03:56 PM OsmoTRX Bug #2828: some osmo-trx tests failing in i586 OBS machine
@pespin How can I test my branch on OBS to make sure it fixed up everything ?
03:55 PM OsmoTRX Bug #2826: osmo-trx: different output in convolve test between x86 vs neon vs neon-vfpv4
Ok.
- Removed unused / unsupported features from the codebase
- Reworked the convole_test utility to be more us...

12/20/2018

01:23 PM OsmoTRX Bug #2826 (In Progress): osmo-trx: different output in convolve test between x86 vs neon vs neon-vfpv4
Looking at that now ...
I mean direct exact text compare for such kind of test is never going to work because of t...

12/18/2018

01:49 PM Osmocom Conferences (OsmoDevCon + OsmoCon) Wiki edit: OsmoDevCon2019 (#4)

12/17/2018

07:55 PM Misc Hardware Projects Feature #3314: design simple SFP experimentation board with LVDS transceiver
Damnit, I googled it quickly to make sure I didn't have D/S reversed and manged to pick the one site that got it wron...
01:57 PM Misc Hardware Projects Feature #3314: design simple SFP experimentation board with LVDS transceiver
For the version with LVDS transceiver I find myself often wanting to connect pin headers to the in/out ... so I'm won...
01:56 PM Misc Hardware Projects Feature #3314: design simple SFP experimentation board with LVDS transceiver
As a side note for future projects: Reverse polarity protection with a PMOS is better than diodes, it avoids the volt...

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