GSM firmware hacking
squalyl at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 11:06:20 CEST 2008
Not sure about the legality of GSM hacking.
According to the TSM30 (-> THC project's wiki) , receiving your *own*
signals is ok, and you need a licence to emit anything. But playing with
other people's signal is not. This makes a rather
I'm working in a company that build GSM modems, and they have special
wireless CPUs that can run both the GSM stack and a custom application
(plain C code compiled with gcc).
If you want to play with AT commands and other bits, convincing Openmoko to
use a Wavecom wireless CPU in GTA0x seems a better thing :)
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