om2 / projects / eno

2015-08-04

eno board

At Endaga I worked on eno, a "programmable cell phone" testing system.

Endaga built really affordable cell phone towers and we wanted to be able to test our boxes with real phones creating real traffic. Eno used a Beaglebone Black and an Adafruit Fona (with an attached Endaga SIM card) to send messages and place calls.

The Beaglebone nodes ran a small command and control server, while the testing machine used a simple API to pass messages to the test nodes.

See more on github!