I'm testing openBTS with a Nokia 6310i.When I look at the access bursts, the
synchronization sequence is reversed in comparaison with the specification
(3GPP 45.002, chapter 5.2.7) and in the normal burst it's in the right way.
Also, for the access burst I don't see the 8 tail bits of the specification,
before the synchronization sequence. Is there any means to know how many
bits there are before the synchronization sequence, for an access burst?
For the normal bursts that I receive from the phone, the training sequence
corresponds to a TSC of one and my BCC is 3. The specifications says that
the TSC corresponds to the BCC, for BCCH and CCCH but these channels are
only downlink only except the RACH (3GPP 45.002, chapter 5.2.3). The phone
answers on the right frequency, my MNC isn't used by an other operator...
For the other uplink channel, does the TSC correspond to the BCC or
Thanks a lot for your answers.
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