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trewmte
(@trewmte)
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Toda raba for the blog.

OK, though the blog post is only Part 1 and only gives an instance of how UE reports can be used to detected one or many FBSs.

5G FBSs are different. When they group-based circle arount the serving cell they offer to be closer neighbour cells and are waiting for the handover request which they answer correctly. They are False Neighbour Cells FNCs.

Doesn't stop 'network' detection of false base stations. Merely poisoning the UE reports going back to the network for handover requests doesn't prevent detection; even if in theory or practical test run under lab conditions. You are forgetting operator analysis, such as 'deployment'.

Furthermore, how are you overcoming pollution of the EM fields with all these new, extra FBSs promulgated into an area, unless you are saying these FBSs do not use signal strength for detection by genuine UEs to request network to handover to your suggested rogues?

Its not about MITM of the serving cell.

MiTM is not limited to one instance. For instance, even in your own scenario above you identify only one serving cell surrounded by FBSs.

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Posted : 23/04/2019 6:07 am
TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
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You are right.

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Posted : 23/04/2019 4:28 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
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5G-NR False Base Stations (Part 2)

https://trewmte.blogspot.com/2019/04/5g-nr-false-base-stations-part-2.html

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Posted : 25/04/2019 1:53 pm
TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
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Ok, did you observe FBS in reality or is this a hypothetical approach? Our observations are different.

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Posted : 27/04/2019 5:43 am
trewmte
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Ok, did you observe FBS in reality or is this a hypothetical approach? Our observations are different.

Whose observations?
Different - how so?
Relating to which specific piece of information?

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Posted : 27/04/2019 5:59 am
TinyBrain
(@tinybrain)
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C my post Apr 22nd

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Posted : 29/04/2019 4:04 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
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C my post Apr 22nd

U didn't post here on the Apr 22nd.

C my post Apr 27

Our observations are different.

Whose observations?
Different - how so?
Relating to which specific piece of information?

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Posted : 29/04/2019 6:06 pm
jaclaz
(@jaclaz)
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U didn't post here on the Apr 22nd.

A Swissman not accurate in keeping date/time? 😯

O tempora, o mores …

And no, I am not talking of Japanese restaurants wink
https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/O+tempora!+O+mores!

jaclaz

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Posted : 30/04/2019 8:55 am
C.R.S.
(@c-r-s)
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C my post Apr 22nd

U didn't post here on the Apr 22nd.

He didn't, but this is actually a quirk of the forum

If you are not logged in, time is displayed in GMT on the front page and in GMT-6 when viewing the thread, at least to visitors from Central Europe. Maybe there is some sponsorship from Guidance Software…

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Posted : 01/05/2019 12:34 pm
trewmte
(@trewmte)
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C my post Apr 22nd

U didn't post here on the Apr 22nd.

He didn't, but this is actually a quirk of the forum…

That is an interesting fact C.R.S. For me though regrettably it takes readers no further forward.

My time is limited to what I can spare with discussions on forums and if posters cannot clarify their statements I wont have or spare the time hunting down their mistakes. This "ringing telephone conundrum" holds no fascination for me wondering if TB will respond to his posts or not.

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Posted : 01/05/2019 2:15 pm
Jamie
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If you are not logged in, time is displayed in GMT on the front page and in GMT-6 when viewing the thread, at least to visitors from Central Europe.

Interesting, I've never noticed that! I've made a change to the forum settings…

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Posted : 01/05/2019 4:17 pm
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