Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of GEC14Agenda/WiMAXTutorial


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     15== Agenda/Details ==
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    16 == Abstract ==
     17=== Abstract ===
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    1819The purpose of this tutorial is to provide hands-on experience with step-by-step guidance in designing and conducting a GENI WiMAX experiment. Participants will learn how to reserve WiMAX resources, configure a GENI WiMAX base station, and develop and execute an OMF experiment using WiMAX-equipped clients.
     
    2324 * Education
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    25 == Prerequisites ==
     26=== Prerequisites ===
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    2728Participants in this tutorial will benefit from some familiarity with OMF. Attendees with no previous OMF experience should consider attending the OMF tutorial on Monday.
     
    3132Active participants will need a laptop equipped with an SSH client (such as [http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ Putty]  for Windows) and a web browser.
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    33 == 1.  Introduction to GENI WiMAX ==
     34=== 1.  Introduction to GENI WiMAX ===
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    3536'''Aim:''' Motivation for GENI WiMAX, and brief overview.
     
    3738In this section, we will introduce the motivation for GENI WiMAX sites also give a brief overview of the architecture of the WiMAX testbeds. [[br]] (slides)
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    39 == 2.  Arrangements for this tutorial ==
     40=== 2.  Arrangements for this tutorial ===
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    4142'''Aim:''' Divide participants into groups for the rest of the tutorial and login to testbeds using assigned credentials.
     
    4546Participants for each group will login to designated sites using their assigned credentials, to begin the hands-on portion of the tutorial.
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    47 == 3.  Designing an experiment for GENI WiMAX ==
     48==== 3.  Designing an experiment for GENI WiMAX ==
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    4950'''Aim:''' Participants will work in groups, guided by an instructor, to develop and execute an experiment to answer a significant research question or serve some educational purpose.
     
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    5455 * HetNets Track: Design an experiment to evaluate a protocol for cooperative recovery over WiFi and WiMAX networks (link)
    55  * WSN Track: Design an experiment that builds a wireless sensor network at one testbed site and transmits sensor measurements over the WiMAX link and the GENI backbone to another site for processing (link)
    56  * Education track: Design an instructional lab experiment for students to run to demonstrate key properties and capabilities of wireless broadband networks (e.g. modulation and coding, ARQ) (link)
     56 * WSN Track: Design an experiment that sets up a wireless sensor network at one testbed site (NYU-Poly) and transmits sensor measurements over the WiMAX link and the GENI backbone to another site (Winlab) for processing (link)
     57 * Education track: Design an instructional lab experiment that students can run to learn about key properties and capabilities of wireless broadband networks (e.g. modulation and coding, ARQ) (link)
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    58 == 4. Review ==
     59=== 4. Review ===
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    6061'''Aim:''' Solidify lessons learned and communicate results between groups.
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    62 A representative from each group will briefly describe the experiment design process and demonstrate the experiment.
     63One or more representatives from each group will briefly describe the experiment design process and demonstrate the experiment.