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WiMAX Campus Deployment Meeting

Wednesday, July 27, 2011, 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Room:
Session Leader: Harry Mussman (GPO, Raytheon BBN Technologies)

Summary

Description

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 using OMF/OML to support GENI experimenters.

Agenda

Introductions

3:30pm

BBN Technologies Harry Mussman, Manu Gosain, Hamed Soroush
NEC Laboratories America
WINLAB Ray Raychaudhuri, Ivan Seskar
Columbia Univ Marcus Knuepfer, Jan Janak
Polytechnic Institute of NYU Thanasis Korakis
UCLA Giovanni Pau
Colorado Dirk Grunwald, Caleb Phillips
UMass Amherst Brian Lynn
Wisconsin Derek Meyer

Deployment Summary

3:35pm


WiMAX Range and Throughput Experiment and Measurements

Columbia University (1770) PI: Henning Schulzrinne, Sung-Hoon Seo, Jan Janak, and Marcus Knuepfer
3:40pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) PI: Thanasis Korakis
3:50pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

UCLA (1797) PI: Mario Gerla, Giovanni Pau
4:00pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

Colorado: (1768) PI: Dirk Grunwald Univ. of Colorado, Boulder
4:05pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

UMass Amherst (1731) PI: Mark Corner, Brian Lynn
4:15pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

Wisconsin (1724) PI: Suman Banerjee and Derek Meyer:
4:25pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

BBN Technologies, Cambridge MA Hamed Soroush, Manu Gosain and Harry Mussman:
4:35pm
Four slides: Base Station configuration; range and throughput experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

Measurements and Experimenter Support Summary

4:40pm


GENI Experiments

MIT experiments, using BBN and UCLA sites: evaluate ARQ and HARQ changes to better support video streaming
Danail Traskov (MIT)
4:45pm
Four slides: Experiment goal; experiment configuration; Mobile Station code/script; measurement results and conclusions

Spiral 3 Roadmap: Next Steps

4:55pm

This roadmap shows the original and *current goals that apply to the GENI WiMAX projects:

1) Install and bring up WiMAX base station kit, including the ASN Gateway. (GEC10, or earlier) ALL COMPLETED

2) 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) FIRST RESULTS NOW

3) Install and bring up an instance of OMF/OML. (GEC10, or earlier) (*GEC12) (except UMass)

4) 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) (*GEC12) (except UMass)

5) 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) (*GEC12)

Steps to Deploying OMF/OML in WiMAX Sites and Experiments

1) Use Cases Harry Mussman (BBN)
5:00pm

Use Case 1) Service from Local or Internet Application

Local user connects MS via WiMAX to BS, and receives service from applications on a local network or via the Internet. Similar to commercial 4G service.

Use Case 2) Experiment with “Fixed” Mobile Node (Station)

Local or remote experimenter logs in to BS and uses OMF/OML to setup and run experiment between “fixed” mobile node (“in window”) and fixed node. This is essential to be able to support a remote experimenter.

Use Case 3) Experiment with “Roaming” Mobile Node (Station)

Local experimenter logs in to BS and uses OMF/OML to setup experiment between “roaming” mobile node (that is connected to BS) and fixed node, and starts experiment in fixed node.
Then, local experimenter disconnects mobile node from BS, and uses Exp Cntrl Srvc on mobile node to run experiment in mobile node while the roaming, storing data on Meas Srvr on mobile node.
Finally, local experimenter reconnects mobile node to BS, and transfers data from Meas Srvr on mobile node to Meas Srvr at BS.


2) Features Harry Mussman (BBN)
5:05pm

3) Coded and Tested at WINLAB Ivan Seskar (Rutgers WINLAB)
5:10pm
Four slides

4) Integrated and Tested at BBN Manu Gosain (BBN)
5:20pm
Four slides


5) Questions
5:30pm

WiMAX Software Summary

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Adjourn

5:45pm

Spiral 3 Roadmap

This roadmap shows the original and *current goals that apply to the GENI WiMAX projects:

1) Install and bring up WiMAX base station kit, including the ASN Gateway. (GEC10, or earlier) ALL COMPLETED

2) 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) FIRST RESULTS NOW

3) Install and bring up an instance of OMF/OML. (GEC10, or earlier) (*GEC12) (except UMass)

4) 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) (*GEC12) (except UMass)

5) 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) (*GEC12)

6) Install and bring up experiment-controlled L2 (or OpenFlow) switch, to provide enhanced connectivity from the WiMAX testbed to the GENI backbone. (GEC11) (*?)

7) Install and bring up Virtual Base Station (vBS)server, to support multiple simultaneous experiments (slicing) on the GENI WiMAX base station node. (GEC11) (*?)

8) 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) (*?)

WiMAX Developer Support

WiMAX Meso-Scale Deployment Integration

WiMAX Developer Mailing List
To post to this list, send your email to wimax-developer@winlab.rutgers.edu
PLEASE use this list for all questions, dialog, etc.

WiMAX Experimenter Support

WIMAX Experiments

Suggested mailing lists for WiMAX experimenters:

GENI mailing lists, including the dev, discuss and geni-announce lists, plus working groups that cover your interests.
mail to wimax-experimenter@email.orbit-lab.org for experimenters / subscribe / mailman archieve

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