Loads on a 2.33 GHz core 2 duo Apple MacBook Pro are:
These loads are percentages of a single core, so a fully loaded system is 200% on this scale.
In the transceiver, most of this load is in the demodulator. In the OpenBTS application, roughly half of this load is in L1 FEC decoding, with the rest spread around in other components.
These load figures do not include the vocoders, since these are GSM-to-GSM calls and no transcoding is required in the BTS. (The BTS is just forming a conduit for GSM vocoder frames.)
I don't have 7 test phones handy at the moment, but using a simple linear projection, the full-load computational requirement is:
... or the equivalent of a single 1.8 GHz core.
注：OpenBTS Execution Loads and Profile（原文出处，翻译整理仅供参考!）