Implementation of an Open-Source UTRAN Testbed

Hugues Van Peteghem, Laurent Schumacher

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We present here the implementation of our UTRAN testbed. The article focuses on the organisation of the Linux traffic controller to investigate, over a classical Ethernet (wired) link, two typical properties of the air interface of an UMTS network, namely the availability of three different transport channels known as DCH, DSCH and FACH, and the significant error rate of radio communications.

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