Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of 2012/Projects/WiMAX_BS_Programming


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Aug 10, 2012, 1:00:44 PM (5 years ago)
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    11= Motivation = 
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    3 '''WiMAX''' (IEEE Standard 802.16) is an advancement of the !WiFi (IEEE Standard 802.11) standard of wireless communication. It supports long-range wireless connectivity (of up to 30 miles) and faster data transfer speeds (ideally up to and well beyond 50 Mbps). Unlike !WiFI, which supports both client-to-access-point and peer-to-peer (ad-hoc) connectivity, WiMAX is not a consumer technology standard, and as such, WiMAX only supports client-to-base-station connectivity. Furthermore, because of the scope of WiMAX, equipment is generally unavailable for scientific experimentation. As part of the [http://www.geni.net/ GENI] project, WiMAX technology is being adapted into the ORBIT Wireless Test Bed to facilitate experimentation.  
     3'''WiMAX''' (IEEE Standard 802.16) is an advancement of the !WiFi (IEEE Standard 802.11) standard of wireless communication. It supports long-range wireless connectivity (of up to 30 miles) and faster data transfer speeds (ideally up to and well beyond 50 Mbps). Unlike !WiFi, which supports both client-to-access-point and peer-to-peer (ad-hoc) connectivity, WiMAX is not a consumer technology standard, and as such, WiMAX only supports client-to-base-station connectivity. Furthermore, because of the scope of WiMAX, equipment is generally unavailable for scientific experimentation. As part of the [http://www.geni.net/ GENI] project, WiMAX technology is being adapted into the ORBIT Wireless Test Bed to facilitate experimentation.  
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    26 == Current Projects == 
     26== Active Projects == 
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    28 I currently have two active projects: 
     28I am currently studying the experimental effects of radio frequency attenuation on modulation coding schemes on the ORBIT test bed. I expect that coding schemes with greater spectral efficiency are, by nature, more susceptible to signal degradation. My current setup uses the ''iperf'' utility and establishes  one WiMAX radio node as a client and one WiMAX base station node as a server. 
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    30  1. Studying Experimental Effects of RF Attenuation on Modulation Schema in Laboratory Conditions 
    31  2. Studying Real-World Attenuation and its Effects on Modulation Schema Outside Laboratory Conditions 
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    3435=== Team ===