Changes between Version 55 and Version 56 of Gec9ClusterEAgenda


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11/11/10 10:39:05 (11 years ago)
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    49 UMass Amherst (1731)    Brian Lynn:  Status [[BR]]
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    51 [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/DOME-WiMAX.pdf  Slides] 
    52 
    53   Have our HW
    54 
    55   Not planning to use sector antenna
    56 
    57   Going in to 17-floor bldg
    58 
    59   Hope for Dec install
    60 
    61     Expensive $6000 for estimate to install
    62 
    63   Hope to have connectivity to the busses
    64        
    65     Now have 3G connection to busses, and don't expect to replace the 3G
    66 
    67     DOME SW (bus node) runs in new brick, but 6250 Intel modem doesn't work   (Pau(UCLA) says 6250 works for me)
    68 
    69   Also ViSE stations 7 miles away;  can these be served?
    70 
    71 Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751)  Thanasis Korakis:  Status and Experience [[BR]]
    72 
    73   BS in downtown Brooklyn, many high blgs
    74 
    75     See ParkNet demo
    76 
    77   Installed in library network room, ODU on roof of ECE
    78 
    79   Two experimental licenses;  would like to make one permanent
    80 
    81   OMF up and running for WiFi tetsbed
    82 
    83   Client working:
    84        
    85     Laptop with Beceem dongle
    86 
    87     EVO running with Sprint id
    88 
    89     Linux with Intel 6250 card working best
    90 
    91 Columbia University (1770)      Jan Janak for Henning Schulzrinne:  Status[[BR]]
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     49UMass Amherst (1731)  Brian Lynn:   [[BR]]
     50[http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/DOME-WiMAX.pdf  Slides]    [[BR]]
     51  Have our HW  [[BR]]
     52  Not planning to use sector antenna;  using an omni antenna  [[BR]]
     53  Going in to 17-floor bldg  [[BR]]
     54  Hope for Dec install  [[BR]]
     55    Expensive $6000 for estimate to install  [[BR]]
     56  Hope to have connectivity to the busses  [[BR]]
     57    Now have 3G connection to busses, and don't expect to replace the 3G  [[BR]]
     58    DOME SW (bus node) runs in new brick, but 6250 Intel modem doesn't work   (Pau(UCLA) says 6250 works for me)  [[BR]]
     59  Also ViSE stations 7 miles away;  can these be served?  [[BR]]
     60
     61Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751)  Thanasis Korakis:   [[BR]]
     62Status and Experience [[BR]]
     63  BS in downtown Brooklyn, many high blgs  [[BR]]
     64    See ParkNet demo  [[BR]]
     65  Installed in library network room, ODU on roof of ECE  [[BR]]
     66  Two experimental licenses;  would like to make one permanent  [[BR]]
     67  OMF up and running for WiFi testbed  [[BR]]
     68  Client working:  [[BR]]
     69    Laptop with Beceem dongle  [[BR]]
     70    EVO running with Sprint ID  [[BR]]
     71    Linux with Intel 6250 card working best  [[BR]]
     72
     73Columbia University (1770)      Jan Janak for Henning Schulzrinne:  [[BR]]
    9374[http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/WIMXCOLUM/CUWIMAX  Columbia University WiMAX Campus Deployment and Installation][[BR]]
    94 
    95   Received the kit 3 weeks ago
    96 
    97   Not operational; hope for 2nd week Nov operational
    98 
    99   Hope to cover plaza from Fairchild roof 12 floors
    100 
    101   Advice: keep the documentation simple to keep costs low
    102 
    103     Initial quote was $20,000 to install
    104 
    105   IDU in ham radio shack
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    107   ODU outside antenna on short pole
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    109   Two Intel Centrino cards working on laptop
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    113 Colorado: (1768) Caleb Phillips for Dirk Grunwald:  Status [[BR]]
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    115   Have hardware except 48V supply
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    117   Antenna at existing antenna site
    118 
    119   Some competition from another WiMAX service on campus
    120 
    121 UCLA (1797)     Giovanni Pau:  Status [[BR]]
    122 
    123 [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/UCLA-STATUS-ClusterE.ppt  Status Slides][[BR]]
    124 
    125   Recvd all hardware, installed with student labor and scrap pipe
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    127     Rely on adjacent bldg lightning protection
    128 
    129     Missing GPS coax
    130 
    131   Integrating OMF
    132 
    133   Software to assess your coverage:  [http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html Radio Mobile for Windows]
     75  Received the kit 3 weeks ago [[BR]]
     76  Not operational; hope for 2nd week Nov operational [[BR]]
     77  Hope to cover plaza from Fairchild roof, 12 floors up [[BR]]
     78  Advice: keep the documentation simple to keep costs low [[BR]]
     79    Initial quote was $20,000 to install [[BR]]
     80  IDU in ham radio shack [[BR]]
     81  ODU outside antenna on short pole [[BR]]
     82  Two Intel Centrino cards working on laptop [[BR]]
     83
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     85Colorado: (1768) Caleb Phillips for Dirk Grunwald:   [[BR]]
     86Status [[BR]]
     87  Have hardware except 48V supply [[BR]]
     88  Antenna at existing antenna site [[BR]]
     89  Some competition from another WiMAX service on campus [[BR]]
     90
     91UCLA (1797)     Giovanni Pau:   [[BR]]
     92[http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/UCLA-STATUS-ClusterE.ppt  Slides][[BR]]
     93  Recvd all hardware, installed with student labor and scrap pipe [[BR]]
     94    Rely on adjacent bldg lightning protection [[BR]]
     95    Missing GPS coax [[BR]]
     96  Integrating OMF [[BR]]
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    139102=== 2)  WiMAX Range and Throughput Measurements, and Site Planning ===
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    143 BBN  Tony Michel:  Measurements,  initial conclusions,  potential site planning tools
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    145 [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/BBN%20%20RangeThroughput%20%20axmGEC9-pix.ppt  Summary Slides] [[BR]]
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    147 Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751)  Thanasis Korakis:  Meaurements and plans [[BR]]
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    149   WiMAX base setup and measurements measurements are all RSSI only;  not testing
    150 GRE, DHCP or data transport
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    152   Indoor coverage is poor except near the windows that face the plaza
    153 
    154 WINLAB  Marco Gruteser:  Measurements 
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    156   Range to 200-300 meters, dist to Rt 1
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    158   Linux PC with 5150/5350 has a lot of problems with connection setup, just like at BBN...worse in weak signal
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    160 UCLA (1797)     Giovanni Pau:  Use of WiMAX Range Tools, Plans [[BR]]
    161 
    162   Software to assess your coverage:  [http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html Radio Mobile for Windows]
     104BBN  Tony Michel:  [[BR]]
     105Measurements,  initial conclusions,  potential site planning tools [[BR]]
     106[http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec9ClusterEAgenda/BBN%20%20RangeThroughput%20%20axmGEC9-pix.ppt  Slides] [[BR]]
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     108Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751)  Thanasis Korakis: [[BR]]
     109Meaurements and plans [[BR]]
     110  WiMAX base setup and measurements measurements are all RSSI only;  not testing GRE, DHCP or data transport [[BR]]
     111  Indoor coverage is poor except near the windows that face the plaza [[BR]]
     112
     113WINLAB  Marco Gruteser:  [[BR]]
     114Measurements [[BR]]
     115  Range to 200-300 meters, distance to Rt 1[[BR]]
     116  Linux PC with 5150/5350 has a lot of problems with connection setup, just like at BBN...worse in weak signal[[BR]]
     117
     118UCLA (1797)     Giovanni Pau:  [[BR]]
     119Use of WiMAX Range Tools, Plans [[BR]]
     120  Software to assess your coverage:  [http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html Radio Mobile for Windows][[BR]]
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