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       srsenb - Evolved Node B in LTE network for Software Defined Radios


       srsenb [options] <config_file>


       srsenb  provides  the  Evolved  Node B (eNodeB or eNB) part in the LTE network.  It is the
       hardware that is  connected  to  the  mobile  phone  network  that  communicates  directly
       wirelessly  with  mobile  handsets  (UEs),  like  a  base transceiver station (BTS) in GSM


              ·  Round Robin MAC scheduler with FAPI-like C++ API

              ·  SR support

              ·  Periodic and Aperiodic CQI feedback support

              ·  Standard S1AP and GTP-U interfaces to the Core Network

              ·  150 Mbps DL in 20 MHz MIMO TM3/TM4 with commercial UEs

              ·  75 Mbps DL in SISO configuration with commercial UEs

              ·  50 Mbps UL in 20 MHz with commercial UEs

       An example configuration file is available in /usr/share/srslte/enb.conf.example


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       This manual page was written by Ruben Undheim  <>  for  the  Debian
       project (and may be used by others).

                                         20 January 2019                                SRSENB(8)