Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of GENIExperimenter/GENIWebinars/PhantomNet


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05/26/16 14:15:49 (5 years ago)
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    1717software-defined-radio, network function virtualization) is likely to
    1818extend into the mobile networking space. Second, initiatives by funding
    19 and regulatory agencies, e.g., by the FCC [3] and the NSF [1], are attempting
     19and regulatory agencies, e.g., by the FCC ![3] and the NSF ![1], are attempting
    2020to enable more experimentation and innovation and the realization of
    2121new business models in the mobile networking space. Third, over the
     
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    2727To help foster this breakout, in this Webinar we will introduce attendees
    28 to the PhantomNet testbed [2]. PhantomNet is a remotely accessible
     28to the PhantomNet testbed ![2]. !PhantomNet is a remotely accessible
    2929mobile networking testbed with a range of hardware and software
    3030components to enable a broad range of mobile networking research.
    31 We will describe the capabilities of PhantomNet and walk attendees
     31We will describe the capabilities of !PhantomNet and walk attendees
    3232through the realization of a basic 4G network in the testbed. Attendees
    3333will be pointed to material that would allow them to perform this
    3434on their own. We will also briefly cover our future plans as well as
    35 other PhantomNet features.
     35other !PhantomNet features.
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    3737[1] 5G Wireless Network Research at NSF. http://www.nsf.gov/cise/5G/.{{BR}}