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PA IN THE MEDIA

Raspberry Pi used to replace a 30-foot GSM base station and create a working mobile network

“Using two open source software programs, and a bit of off-the-shelf hardware kit DIY enthusiasts can get their hands on fairly easily, PA rolled their own mobile phone service”


Tech Crunch

 

Darrell Etherington

Tech Crunch

21 December 2012 


An article in Tech Crunch is dedicated to Raspberry Pi and how PA used it to replicate the functions of a 30-foot GSM cellular basestation to create a mobile network. 

“Using two open source software programs, and a bit of off-the-shelf hardware kit DIY enthusiasts can get their hands on fairly easily, PA rolled their own mobile phone service,” reports Tech Crunch.

The article goes on to explain that this project was carried out to prove that this could be possible with a Raspberry Pi.


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