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Cluster-E and WiMAX Deployment Meetings at GEC9, Agenda and Notes

Tuesday, November 2, 12noon - 4:30pm
Room: Congressional B

Chair: Marco Gruteser (Rutgers WINLAB)
Co-chair: Tony Michel (Raytheon BBN Technologies)
System Engineer: Harry Mussman (GPO, Raytheon BBN Technologies)

Introductions

All

1) Spiral 3 Roadmap

Harry Mussman: WiMAX Deployment Roadmap for Spiral 3

GROUP DISCUSSION: Roadmap and issues for Spiral 3

2) WiMAX Base Station Installation, Setup and Initial Operation

BBN Manu Gosain: Status and Experience

Wisconsin (1724) Suman Banerjee: Status

UMass Amherst (1731) Brian Lynn: Status

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) Thanasis Korakis: Status and Experience

Colorado: (1768) Dirk Grunwald: Status

Columbia University (1770) Henning Schulzrinne: Status

UCLA (1797) Giovanni Pau: Status

GROUP DISCUSSION: WiMAX base station installation, setup and operation, experience and issues

3) WiMAX Range and Throughput Measurements, and Site Planning

WINLAB Marco Gruteser: Measurements

BBN Tony Michel: Measurements, initial conclusions, potential site planning tools

Wisconsin (1724) Suman Banerjee: Measurements and plans

UMass Amherst (1731) Brian Lynn: Plans

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) Thanasis Korakis: Meaurements and plans

Colorado: (1768) Dirk Grunwald: WiMAX Site Survey Process Plans

Columbia University (1770) Henning Schulzrinne: Plans

UCLA (1797) Giovanni Pau: Use of WiMAX Range Tools, Plans

GROUP DISCUSSION: WiMAX range and capacity measurements, and site planning, experience and issues for Spiral 3

4) WiMAX Mobile Stations (Clients)

Including:

Windows PC with dongle based on Beceem chips
Linux PC (e.g., Samsung NC10 and Dell Mini) with Intel WiMAX modem card
Android HTC EVO handset
Mobile (vehicular) node with WiMAX modem (various)

BBN Manu Gosain: Windows PC with dongle based on Beceem chips, and Linux PC with Intel WiMAX modem card

BBN Tony Michel: Android HTC EVO handset

Wisconsin (1724) Suman Banerjee: Mobile Access Router, with WiMAX interface

UMass Amherst (1731) Brian Lynn: C1270CW motherboard, miniPCIe slot, WiMAX modem

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) Thanasis Korakis: ?

Colorado: (1768) Dirk Grunwald: ?

Columbia University (1770) Henning Schulzrinne: ?

UCLA (1797) Giovanni Pau: Dual-mode vehicular node

GROUP DISCUSSION: WiMAX mobile stations (clients) experience, plans and issues for Spiral 3

5) Demos/Experiments Planned for GEC9, GEC10

Rutgers WINLAB and NYU Poly Marco Gruteser and Thanasis Korakis: ParkNet demo for GEC9 Plenary

BBN Tony Michel: Assisted range and throughput measurements using Linux PC, and tool such as iperf, for GEC10

Wisconsin (1724) Suman Banerjee: Continuous Vehicular Connectivity through Multiple Wide-area Interfaces demo for GEC9

UMass Amherst (1731) Brian Lynn: Plans for GEC10

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) Thanasis Korakis: Plans for GEC10

Colorado: (1768) Dirk Grunwald: Plans for GEC10

Columbia University (1770) Henning Schulzrinne: Plans for GEC10

UCLA (1797) Giovanni Pau: Plans for GEC10

GROUP DISCUSSION: Demos/experiments planned for GEC9 and GEC10; establishment of experiment repository

Appendix) Projects and Possible Attendees

Rutgers WINLAB, NICTA and NEC Labs America (1660, 1657, 1793) PIs: Ray Raychaudhuri, Marco Gruteser, Ivan Seskar; Max Ott; Sampath Rangarajan

Raytheon BBN Technologies Harry Mussman; Tony Michel; Manu Gosain

Wisconsin (1724) PI: Suman Banerjee

UMass Amherst (1731) PI: Mark Corner, Brian Lynn

Polytechnic Institute of NYU (1751) PI: Thanasis Korakis

Colorado: (1768) PI: Dirk Grunwald

Columbia University (1770) PI: Henning Schulzrinne

UCLA (1797) PI: Mario Gerla, Giovanni Pau

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