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    11=== WiMAX Campus Deployment ===
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    3 ==== Organizers ====
    4   Harry Mussman, ''GENI Project Office''
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    6 ==== Time ====
    7   Wed 3:30 - 5:30 pm
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    9 ==== Description ====
    10    The projects involved in deploying WiMAX base stations will review their current status and progress towards their Spiral 3 roadmap goals of completing a basic mobility experiment and suing OMF/OML to support GENI experimenters.
     6= WiMAX Campus Deployment Meeting =
     7
     8Wednesday, July 27, 2011,  3:30pm - 5:30pm  [[BR]]
     9Room:    [[BR]]
     10Session Leader:  Harry Mussman (GPO, Raytheon BBN Technologies)  [[BR]]
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     13== Summary ==
     14
     15  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC10OutbriefsFeedbackWrapup/031711%20WiMAX%20deployment%20meeting%20summary%20.ppt  slides] [[BR]]
     16
     17== Description ==
     18
     19The projects involved in deploying WiMAX base stations will review their current status and progress towards their Spiral 3 roadmap goals of completing a basic mobility experiment and using OMF/OML to support GENI experimenters.  [[BR]]
     20
     21== Attendees ==
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     23  BBN Technologies   Harry Mussman, Manu Gosain, Hamed Soroush [[BR]]
     24  NEC Laboratories America     [[BR]]   
     25  WINLAB  Ray Raychaudhuri, Ivan Seskar [[BR]]
     26  Columbia Univ   Sung-Hoon Seo, Jan Janak [[BR]]
     27  Polytechnic Institute of NYU  Thanasis Korakis [[BR]]
     28  UCLA  Giovanni Pau[[BR]]
     29  Colorado Dirk Grunwald, Caleb Phillips  [[BR]]
     30  UMass Amherst  Brian Lynn [[BR]]
     31  Wisconsin   Derek Meyer [[BR]]
     32
     33== Agenda ==
     34
     35== Introductions  ==
     363:30pm
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     38
     39=== Deployment Summary ===
     403:35pm
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     42  On March 17:  [[BR]]
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     44
     45|| Campus                          || Who || Indoors || Outdoors || Intel 6250 modem? || New WiMAX RF AggMgr? || Add OMF/OML? ||Access to GENI backbone? || Comments ||
     46|| Columbia University             || Jan Janak || Yes || Waiting for contract || Yes || Yes || x || ? || Indoor testing started;  received info request from Clearwire ||
     47|| Polytechnic Institute of NYU    || Thanasis Korakis  || - || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || ? || Outdoor measurements and experiments underway
     48|| University of California, Los Angeles || Giovanni Pau || - || Yes || Intel 5130 modem || Installed, not yet using || x || Campus via CENIC to I2 for Internet;  $40k charge || Outdoor measurements underway ||
     49|| University of Colorado, Boulder || Dirk Grunwald || - || Ready to turnup || ? || x || x || Pricing campus tunnel to I2 || Working with campus IT on testing their network. ||
     50|| University of Massachusetts || Brian Lynn || Yes || Waiting for contract || Yes, with USB, under Xen || x || NA || Requesting 2nd VLAN || Facility plan revised;  prelim shading analysis completed ||
     51|| University of Wisconsin, Madison ||Derek Meyer || - || Yes || Windows dongle || Yes || x || I2 is in next lab || Outdoor measurements underway ||
     52|| BBN Technologies || Manu Gosain || - || Yes ||Yes || Yes || started || I2, NLR || Outdoor measurements and experiments underway ||
     53|| Rutgers University || Ivan Seskar || - || Yes || Yes || Yes || Yes || I2 || Plan Bush Campus install when? ||
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     57
     58=== WiMAX Range and Throughput Experiment and Measurements ===
     593:40pm
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     61  Columbia University (1770)    PI: Henning Schulzrinne,  Sung-Hoon Seo and Jan Janak: [[BR]]
     62  NA [[BR]]
     63  3:40pm
     64  Four slides:  Base Station configuration;  range and throughput experiment configuration;  Mobile Station code/script;  measurement results and conclusions [[BR]]
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     66  Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751)   PI: Thanasis Korakis   [[BR]]
     67  Four slides:  Base Station configuration;  range and throughput experiment configuration;  Mobile Station code/script;  measurement results and conclusions [[BR]]
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     70  UCLA (1797)   PI: Mario Gerla, Giovanni Pau    [[BR]]
     71  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC10WiMaxCampusDeployment/UCLA-WIMAX-ProjectReview-Mar-2011.pptx  slides]  [[BR]]
     72  Seeing 14Mb/s DL, 2 - 3 Mb/s UL;  connect to vehicle up to 300 m;  client always receives, but cannot always connect;  helped by setting client IP address;  windows client works better than Linux client.  [[BR]]
     73  Poster from demo session:  [  poster]  [[BR]]
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     75  Colorado: (1768) PI: Dirk Grunwald Univ. of Colorado, Boulder  [[BR]]
     76  Studying U Colorado private network, built by Airspan.  [[BR]]
     77  Starting data modeling using Anritsu MS2721B with WiMAX demodulator;  acquiring propagation based model from Airspan deployment.  [[BR]]
     78  Reference:  Airspan plan for U Colorado [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/ClusterECall022311/UoC%20-%20MacroMAXe%20RF%20Plan%20V1.1.pptx  slides].  [[BR]]
     79  Reference:  MS thesis on "Field Study of WiMAX Performance"  [[BR]][http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC10WiMaxCampusDeployment/Gronsund_Pal_master.pdf  text]. [[BR]]
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     81  UMass Amherst (1731)  PI:  Mark Corner, Brian Lynn    [[BR]]
     82  NA
     83  Issue:  Would like coverage to downtown Amherst, 1 mi away;  can this be done?  [[BR]]
     84  Issue:  Can antenna be moved outside of bus for better range? Check with how UW Madison puts antennas on buses.   [[BR]]
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     86  Wisconsin (1724)      PI: Suman Banerjee and Derek Meyer:  [[BR]]
     87  Using dongle with Windows 7 PC;  seen RSSI from -40 dbm down to -60 dbm;  have seen connectivity up to 300 yds. [[BR]]
     88  Existing Cisco system:  Connectivity to buses, equipped with large client antenna, up to 500M, for coverage over 1.25 sq mi.[[BR]]
     89  Poster from demo session:  [  poster]  [[BR]]
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     91       
     92  BBN Technologies, Cambridge MA  Hamed Soroush, Manu Gosain and Harry Mussman:  [[BR]]
     93  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC10WiMaxCampusDeployment/031711%20%20BBNWiMAXRangeThroughMeas.ppt  slides]  [[BR]]
     94  Range and throughput experiment uses script in mobile station and server behind base station to evaluate connection with ping and iperf.
     95  Seeing good throughput (up to 14Mb/s DL and 1 - 2 Mb/s UL) to 0.25 mi, but not yet further. 
     96  Soon, will vary BTS and iperf parameters to see if can find a set for greater distances at lower rates. 
     97  Do not expect range beyond 0.6mi. [[BR]]
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     99
     100=== Measurements and Experimenter Support Summary ===
     101
     102  On March 17:  [[BR]]
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     104
     105|| Campus                          || Who || Site planning || Range and throughput measurements ||  Local experiments || Experimenter support || Comments ||
     106|| Columbia University             || Jan Janak || Tall building, urban setting;  have had to move site || - || - || -  || -  ||
     107|| Polytechnic Institute of NYU    || Thanasis Korakis  || Tall building, urban setting || Completed, up to 12Mbps DL, much less UL; many variations || ParkNet completed for GEC9;  two more being planned || - || - ||
     108|| University of California, Los Angeles || Giovanni Pau || Tall building, urban setting || Completed, up to 14Mbps DL and 2 - 3 Mb/s UL; connections to 300M (0.xmi) || Handover WiMAX to WiFi completed || - || - ||
     109|| University of Colorado, Boulder || Dirk Grunwald || ? story building, campus setting || - || - || - || Studying U Colorado private network, built by Airspan;  starting data modeling using Anritsu MS2721B with WiMAX demodulator;  acquiring propagation based model from Airspan deployment ||
     110|| University of Massachusetts || Brian Lynn || Both omni and sector antennas planned for top of 17-story building; prelim shading analysis completed; expect shading near building, but CS building not in shadow, approx 0.5 mi away  || - || - || - || Would like coverage to busses in downtown Amherst, 1 mi away;  can this be done? ||
     111|| University of Wisconsin, Madison ||Derek Meyer || 150 ft high, campus setting || Seen connectivity up to 300 yd || - || - || Existing Cisco system:  Connectivity to buses, equipped with large client antenna, up to 500M, for coverage over 1.25 sq mi. ||
     112|| BBN Technologies || Manu Gosain || 90 ft high, urban/suburban setting || Good throughput (up to 14Mb/s DL and 1 - 2 Mb/s UL) to 0.25 mi, but not yet further || Range and throughput, with scripts || For MIT and possibly Clemson || - ||
     113|| Rutgers University || Ivan Seskar || 1 story building, suburban setting || RSSI measurements completed || ParkNet || Possibly Clemson || When will install be completed on Busch campus? ||
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     115===  Local Experiments and Experimenter Support ===
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     118  Have established an experiment exchange and experimenter mailing list, at [http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WiMAXExper]   [[BR]]
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     120  MIT experiments, using BBN BTS:  evaluate ARQ and HARQ changes to better support video streaming
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     122  Clemson experiments, using BBN and/or Rutgers  BTS:  evaluate DOS attack susceptibility
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     124  Two experiments being planned at NYU Poly:  [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GEC10WiMaxCampusDeployment/OtherExperiments%20%20%20NYU%20Poly%20%20Korakis_GENI_WiMAX_GEC10.ppt  slides]
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     135
     136=== Spiral 3 Roadmap  ===
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     138  This roadmap shows the original and *current goals that apply to the GENI WiMAX projects:
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     141  Install and bring up WiMAX base station kit, including the ASN Gateway. (GEC10, or earlier)
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     143  Evaluate range and thoughput of WiMAX base station kit and Linux PC with Intel WiMAX modem card and/or mobile station used for for experiments.  (GEC10, or earlier)  (GEC11)
     144
     145  Install and bring up an instance of OMF/OML. (GEC10, or earlier)  (*GEC11)
     146
     147  Operate and maintain the WiMax BS and the related GENI controller, using ORBIT Management Framework (OMF), with support for remote access by GENI users. (GEC11)
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     149  Present a mobility demo using WiMAX base station node, including the ASN Gateway, a Linux PC with Intel WiMAX modem card, or the dual-mode vehicular nodes, supporting both WiFi and WiMAX, required for your experiments, and a local instance of OMF/OML. (GEC10)  (*GEC11)
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     151  Install and bring up experiment-controlled L2 (or OpenFlow) switch, to provide enhanced connectivity from the WiMAX testbed to the GENI backbone. (GEC11)  (*GEC12)
     152
     153  Install and bring up Virtual Base Station (vBS)server, to support multiple simultaneous experiments (slicing) on the GENI WiMAX base station node. (GEC11)  (*?)
     154
     155  Present mobility and/or application demos/experiments, showing support for multiple simultaneous experiments (slicing) of the GENI WiMAX base station node, and remote access by GENI users, utilizing experiment-controlled L2 (or OpenFlow) switch, and Virtual Base Station (vBS) server. (GEC11)  (*?)
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     157
     158== WiMAX Developer Support ==
     159
     160=== WiMAX Developer Mailing List ===
     161
     162  To post to this list, send your email to:    wimax-developer@winlab.rutgers.edu  [[BR]]
     163  PLEASE use this list for all questions, dialog, etc.  [[BR]]
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     165
     166=== WiMAX Integration Wiki ===
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     168  PLEASE upload slides to this page, and make other contributions to the WiMAX Integration Wiki  [[BR]]
     169  Contact hmussman@bbn.com if you need a login  [[BR]]