OpenBTS: 2.8 Konfigurasi Cognitive Radio Elsabagh

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# Sample OpenBTS configuration file.


# Formatting rules:

# Configuration values are defined with line of the form <key><space><value>
# The key name can contain no spaces.
# Everything between the first space and the end of the line becomes the value.
# Numeric values can be preceded with "0x" for hex.

# Blank lines are OK.

# Lines starting with "#" are comments.

# By default, configuration values can be changed but not removed after initialization.

# Lines starting with "$" are directives that define other properties of config values:
# "static" --  configuration value cannot be changed or removed after initialization.
# "optional" -- configuration value may be removed after initialization.


# As a gerenal rule, non-valid configuration values will crash OpenBTS.
# So be cafeful.


#
# Logging and reporting parameters
#

# The initial global logging level: ERROR, WARN, NOTICE, INFO, DEBUG, DEEPDEBUG
Log.Level NOTICE
# Logging levels can also be defined for individual source files.
# This example set shows normal operations in the control layer (L3).
Log.Level.MobilityManagement.cpp INFO
$optional Log.Level.MobilityManagement.cpp
Log.Level.CallControl.cpp INFO
$optional Log.Level.CallControl.cpp
Log.Level.RadioResource.cpp INFO
$optional Log.Level.RadioResource.cpp
# The log file path.  If not set, logging goes to stdout.
Log.FileName test.out
$static Log.FileName
# LOG(ALARM) is printed and also sent as udp to this address.
Log.Alarms.TargetIP 192.168.10.200
$optional Log.Alarms.TargetIP
Log.Alarms.TargetPort 10101
# Number of alarms saved in internal queue
Log.Alarms.Max 10
# Wireshark support
# OpenBTS writes L2 GSMTAP messages to this port.
# If GSMTAP.TargetIP is not defined, this output is disabled.
GSMTAP.TargetIP 127.0.0.1
$optional GSMTAP.TargetIP
# The standard IANA for GSMTAP is 4729.  This can be used to override that.
#GSMTAP.TargetPort 4729
# Indications port
# Some interal operations produce status reports sent to this port.
# This can be the same as the Alarm target.
Indications.TargetIP 127.0.0.1
Indications.TargetPort 10202


# Port number for test calls.
# This is where an external program can interact with a handset via UDP.
TestCall.Port 28670


#
# Transceiver parameters
#
# Transceiver interface
# This TRX.IP is not really adjustable.  Just leave it as 127.0.0.1.
TRX.IP 127.0.0.1
$static TRX.IP
# This value is hard-coded in the transcevier.  Just leave it alone.
TRX.Port 5700
$static TRX.Port
# Path to transceiver binary
# If this is not defined, you will need to start the transceiver by hand.
# YOU MUST HAVE A MATCHING libusrp AS WELL!!
TRX.Path ../Transceiver/transceiver
#TRX.Path ../Transceiver52M/transceiver
$static TRX.Path
# TRX logging.
# Logging level.
# IF TRX.Path IS DEFINED, THIS MUST ALSO BE DEFINED.
TRX.LogLevel NOTICE
$static TRX.LogLevel
# Logging file.  If not defined, logs to stdout.
TRX.LogFileName test.TRX.out
$static TRX.LogFileName


#
# SIP, RTP, servers
#
# Asterisk PBX
Asterisk.IP 127.0.0.1
Asterisk.Port 5060
$static Asterisk.IP
$static Asterisk.Port
# Messaging server
Smqueue.IP 127.0.0.1
Smqueue.Port 5063
$static Smqueue.IP
$static Smqueue.Port
# Local SIP/RTP ports
# OpenBTS binds to these ports.
SIP.Port 5062
$static SIP.Port
RTP.Start 16484
RTP.Range 98
$static RTP.Start
$static RTP.Range
# If Asterisk is 127.0.0.1, this is also 127.0.0.1.
# Otherwise, this should be the local IP address of the interface used to contact  asterisk.
# In other words, this is the IP address at which Asterisk will see OpenBTS.
SIP.IP 127.0.0.1


#
# Special extensions.
#
#  Routing extension for emergency calls.
#  This must be defined, even if you are not supporting emergency calls.
PBX.Emergency 2101


#
# SIP parameters
#
# SIP registration period in seconds.
# Ideally, this should be slightly longer than GSM.T3212.
SIP.RegistrationPeriod 7200
#
# SIP Internal Timers.  All timer values are given in millseconds.
# These are from RFC-3261 Table A.
#
# SIP Timer A, the INVITE retry period, RFC-3261 Section 17.1.1.2
# in milliseconds
# For fast SMS interactions, keep this at 2000 or more.
SIP.Timer.A 2000


#
# SMS parameters
#
# ISDN address of source SMSC when we fake out a source SMSC.
SMS.FakeSrcSMSC 0000
# ISDN address of destination SMSC when a fake value is needed.
SMS.DefaultDestSMSC 0000


# The SMS HTTP gateway.
# Comment out if you don't have one or if you want to use smqueue.
#SMS.HTTP.Gateway api.clickatell.com
# IF SMS.HTTP.Gateway IS DEFINED, SMS.HTTP.AccessString MUST ALSO BE DEFINED.
#SMS.HTTP.AccessString sendmsg?user=xxxx&password=xxxx&api_id=xxxx



# Things to query during registration updates.
#Control.LUR.QueryIMEI
$optional Control.LUR.QueryIMEI
#Control.LUR.QueryClassmark
$optional Control.LUR.QueryClassmark
# Does everyone get a TMSI, registered or not?
Control.LUR.TMSIsAll
$optional Control.LUR.TMSIsAll
# TMSI table controls
# Maximum number of TMSIs to track
Control.TMSITable.MaxSize 10000
# Maximum allowed ages of a TMSI, in hours.
Control.TMSITable.MaxAge 72
# Want persistent TMSIs?
Control.TMSITable.SavePath TMSITable.txt
$optional Control.TMSISavePath


# Open Registration and Self-Provisioning
# If this is defined, the network accepts LUR from unprovisioned handsets.
# This is required to support SMS-based auto-provisioning.
# This is a boolean -- either defined or not.
Control.OpenRegistration
$optional Control.OpenRegistration


#
# "Welcome" messages sent during IMSI attach attempts.
# ANY WELCOME MESSAGE MUST BE LESS THAN 138 CHARACTERS.
# ANY DEFINED WELCOME MESSAGE MUST ALSO HAVE A DEFINED SHORT CODE.
# Comment out any message you don't want to use.
#
# The message sent upon full successful registration, all the way through the Asterisk  server .
# THIS MESSAGE IS NORMALLY REQUIRED FOR COMPLIANCE WITH AGPLv3.
Control.NormalRegistrationWelcomeMessage Welcome to OpenBTS! AGPLv3 openbts.sf.net. Your IMSI is
Control.NormalRegistrationWelcomeShortCode 0000
# Then message sent to accpeted open registrations.
# IF OPEN REGISTRATION IS ENABLED, THIS MUST ALSO BE DEFINED.
# THIS MESSAGE IS NORMALLY REQUIRED FOR COMPLIANCE WITH AGPLv3.
Control.OpenRegistrationWelcomeMessage Welcome to OpenBTS! AGPLv3 openbts.sf.net. Your IMSI is
# If you use SMS auto-provisioning, use that short code as the return address here.
Control.OpenRegistrationWelcomeShortCode 101
# Then message send to failed registrations.
#Control.FailedRegistrationWelcomeMessage Your handset is not provisioned for this network.
$optional Control.FailedRegistrationWelcomeMessage
Control.FailedRegistrationWelcomeShortCode 1000



#
# GSM
#
# Network and cell identity.
# Network Color Code, 0-7
# Also set GSM.NCCsPermitted later in this file.
GSM.NCC 0
# Basesation Color Code, 0-7
GSM.BCC 2
# Mobile Country Code, 3 digits.
# MCC MUST BE 3 DIGITS.  Prefix with 0s if needed.
# Test code is 001.
GSM.MCC 001
# Mobile Network Code, 2 or 3 digits.
# Test code is 01.
GSM.MNC 01
# Location Area Code, 0-65535
GSM.LAC 1000
# Cell ID, 0-65535
GSM.CI 10
# Network "short name" to display on the handset.
# This is optional, but must be defined if you also want to
# send current time-of-day to the phine.
GSM.ShortName OpenBTS
$optional GSM.ShortName
# A boolean telling whether or not to show country initials with the name.
GSM.ShowCountry
$optional GMS.ShowCountry
# Assignment type for call setup.
# The default is early assignment.
# If defined, this will cause us to use very early assignment instead.
#GSM.VEA
$optional GSM.VEA
# Band and Frequency
# Valid band values are 850, 900, 1800, 1900.
GSM.Band 900
$static GSM.Band
# Valid ARFCN range depends on the band.
GSM.ARFCN 51 
# ARCN 975 is inside the US ISM-900 band and also in the GSM900 band.
#GSM.ARFCN 975
# ARFCN 207 was what we ran at BM2008, I think, in the GSM850 band.
#GSM.ARFCN 207
$static GSM.ARFCN
# Neighbor list
# Should probably include our own ARFCN
GSM.Neighbors 39 41 43
#GSM.Neighbors 207


# Expected environmental delay spread, in symbols, at about 1.1 km/sym.
# FIXME -- Should be a TRX parameter.
GSM.MaxExpectedDelaySpread 1 
# Receiver Gain, in dB
# comment out to set receiver to maximum possible receive gain
# With RxGain 57, -71.0dBm <-> 0dB RSSI, -113dBm <-> -38.2dB RSSI, -120dBm <-> -41.4dB RSSI
# With RxGain 47, -57.4dBm <-> 0dB RSSI, -113dBm <-> -51.3dB RSSI, -120dBm <-> -54.5dB RSSI
# With RxGain 37, -43.6dBm <-> 0dB RSSI, -113dBm <-> -63.1dB RSSI, -120dBm <-> -65.4dB RSSI
GSM.RxGain 47


# Downlink adaptive power management.
# Manages power to prevent congestion.
# Downlink tx power level bounds, dB wrt full power
# For the Mk 1B 900:
# Output power of USRP is 20 dBm at full scale.
# We installed a 10 dB attenuator.
# Gain of HPA-900 is 40 dB.
# So the output power, in dBm, is Po = 20 + 40 - 10 - Atten = 50 - Atten.
# So Atten = 50 - Po.
# That has been verified on the CMD57.
# HPA-900 max ouput is 42 dBm: Atten = 50 - 42 = 8 dB.
# Balanced link at 33 dBm: Atten = 50 - 33 = 17 dB.
# Maximum attenuation (sets MINIMUM power level).
# Atten 30 -> 20 dBm.
GSM.PowerManager.MaxAttenDB 30 
# Minimum attenuation (sets MAXIMUM power level).
# Atten 7 -> 36 dBm. (with TX IF of 40MHz)
GSM.PowerManager.MinAttenDB  7 
# Target T3122 for Power Manager.
# Under heavy load, the power manager will adjust downlink power
# so that T3122 meets this taret.
# THE TARGET T3122 MUST BE BETWEEN THE MIN AND MAX VALUES.
# THOSE ARE SET SOMEWHERE ELSE IN THIS FILE, GSM.T3122Max, GSM.T3122Min.
GSM.PowerManager.TargetT3122 5000
# T3122 sampling period, in milliseconds.
# PowerMananger.SamplePeriod should be <= PowerMananger.Period.
GSM.PowerManager.SamplePeriod 2000
# Sample history for averaging T3122, MUST BE <100;
GSM.PowerManager.NumSamples 10
# Power manager adaptation step period, in milliseconds
# Should be >= PowerMananger.SamplePeriod
GSM.PowerManager.Period 6000


# Channel configuration
# Number of C-VII slots (8xSDCCH)
GSM.NumC7s 1
$static GSM.NumC7s
# Number of C-I slots (1xTCH/F)
GSM.NumC1s 6
$static GSM.NumC1s
# Half-duplex option for low-capacity on cheap hardware.
#GSM.HalfDuplex
$optional GSM.HalfDuplex
#$static GSM.HalfDuplex


# Beacon parameters.
# L1 radio link timeout advertised on BCCH.
# This is the RAW parameter sent on the BCCH.
# See GSM 10.5.2.3 for encoding.
# Value of 15 gives 64-frame timeout, about 30 seconds on the TCH.
# This should be coordinated with T3109.
GSM.RADIO_LINK_TIMEOUT 15
# Control Channel Description (CCD)
# Attach/detach flag.
# Set to 1 to use attach/detach procedure, 0 otherwise.
# This will make initial LUR more prompt.
# It will also cause an un-regstration if the handset powers off
# and really head LUR loads in areas with spotty coverage.
GSM.CCD.ATT 1
# CCCH_CONF
# See GSM 10.5.2.11 for encoding.
# Value of 1 means we are using a C-V beacon.
GSM.CCD.CCCH_CONF 1
# RACH Parameters
# Maximum RACH retransmission attempts
# This is the RAW parameter sent on the BCCH.
# See GSM 04.08 10.5.2.29 for encoding.
GSM.RACH.MaxRetrans 1
# Parameter to spread RACH busts over time.
# This is the RAW parameter sent on the BCCH.
# See GSM 04.08 10.5.2.29 for encoding.
GSM.RACH.TxInteger 14
# Access class flags.
# This is the RAW parameter sent on the BCCH.
# See GSM 04.08 10.5.2.29 for encoding.
# Set to 0 to allow full access.
# Set to 0x0400 to indicate no support for emergency calls.
GSM.RACH.AC 0
# NCCs Permitted.
# An 8-bit mask of allowed NCCs.
# Unless you are coordinating with another carrier,
# this should probably just select your own NCC.
GSM.NCCsPermitted 1
# Cell Selection Parameters (CS)
GSM.CS.MS_TXPWR_MAX_CCH 0
GSM.CS.RXLEV_ACCESS_MIN 0
# Cell Reselection Hysteresis
# See GSM 04.08 10.5.2.4, Table 10.5.23 for encoding.
# Encoding is 2N dB, value values of N are 0..7 for 0..14 dB.
GSM.CS.CELL_RESELECT_HYSTERESIS 3
# NECI, New Establishment Causes
# This should be set to "1" if you want to support very early assignment.
# See GSM 04.08 10.5.2.4, Table 10.5.23 and 04.08 9.1.8, Table 9.9.
GSM.CS.NECI 1


# Reject cause for location updating failures
# Reject causes come from GSM 04.08 10.5.3.6
# Reject cause 0x04, IMSI not in VLR
GSM.LURejectCause 0x04


#
# Parameters for MS adaptive power and timing.
#
# Maximum timing advance.
# Can be used to control the range of the BTS.
# The unit is GSM symbols of round trips delay, about 550 meters per symbol.
# If you set this <1 or >63, you can break things.
GSM.MS.TA.Max 5
# Adaptation damping factor, scaled up by 100.
# The larger this is, the smoother (and less responsive) the adaptation.
# The valie range is 0..100.
GSM.MS.TA.Damping 50
# Maximum and minimum MS tx power, given in dBm.
# The meaningful MS tx power range is 5-33 dBm.
GSM.MS.Power.Max 33
GSM.MS.Power.Min 5
# Adaptation damping factor, scaled up by 100.
# The larger this is, the smoother (and less responsive) the adaptation.
# The valie range is 0..100.
GSM.MS.Power.Damping 50



#
# GSM Timers.  All timer values are given in milliseconds unless stated otherwise.
# These come from GSM 04.08 11.2.
#
# T3212, registration timer.
# Unlike most timers, this is given in MINUTES.
# Actual period will be rounded down to a multiple of 6 minutes.
# Any value below 6 minutes disables periodic registration, which is probably a bad idea.
# Valid range is 6..1530.
# Ideally, this should be slightly less than the SIP.RegistrationPeriod.
GSM.T3212 12
# T3122, RACH holdoff timer.
# This value can vary internally between the min and max ends of the range.
# When congestion occurs, T3122 grows exponentially.
GSM.T3122Min 2000
# T3211Max MUST BE NO MORE THAN 255 s.
GSM.T3122Max 255000
# T3113, the paging timer
# This is the time allowed for a handset to respond to a paging request.
GSM.T3113 10000


# RRLP
# RRLP query conditions
# These booleans just have to be defined.  The actual values don't matter.
#GSM.RRLP.LUR
#$optional GSM.RRLP.LUR
#GSM.RRLP.MOC
#$optional GSM.RRLP.MOC
#GSM.RRLP.MTC
#$optional GSM.RRLP.MTC
#GSM.RRLP.MOSMS
#$optional GSM.RRLP.MOSMS
#GSM.RRLP.MTSMS
#$optional GSM.RRLP.MTSMS
# Accuracy requested from MS - 60 is about 400m (scale is approx. logarithmic)
GSM.RRLP.Accuracy 60
# Number of requests done per RRLPQueryController::doTransaction
GSM.RRLP.Retries 1
# RRLP query timeout, ms
GSM.RRLP.Timeout 4000
# The maximum AGCH queue length.
GSM.AGCH.QMax 5
# The uplink RSSI target for closed loop power control.
# For a "naked" USRP, this should be around -15 dB.
GSM.RSSITarget -15
# Number of channels reserved for paging responses.
# This is useful to insure paging response bandwidth when LUR loads are very high,
# but for most applications should just be zero.
GSM.PagingReservations 0
# Maximum internal FIFO latency, in vocoder frames.
# Trade-off is dropped frames vs. delay.
GSM.MaxSpeechLatency 2
#
# CLI paramters
#
CLI.Prompt OpenBTS> 






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