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    1616We're using the  [ oml4js] library, a !JavaScript library for collecting measurements from a website and storing them using '''OML'''. While the video chat is active, measurements from the chat will be continuously streamed to a local OML server on the laptop. After the experiment is over, we'll push the results to iRODS and examine them more closely there.
    18 == Experiment Procedure
     18== Experiment Procedure ==
     20The experiment procedure is as follows:
     22 * The first peer visits the [ URL] for the WebRTC app in Google Chrome. A bar at the top of the screen will ask if you are willing to let the browser access your camera; don't click allow until the second peer has joined the chat!
     23 * The second peer visits the same [ URL]
     24 * Both peers click "Allow" and should now see video streams from each other's webcams
     26== Post-Experiment ==
     28After the experiment, the OML-instrumented peer will send the measurement results to iRODS using the {{{iput}}} command.
     31Inside iRODS, we'll use the iRODS web browser to visualize the results of our experiment.
     33== Reconfiguring the WiMAX BS ==
     35A major advantage of on-campus WiMAX (over using a regular cellular carrier) for experimentation, is that you can reconfigure the WiMAX BS. In this experiment, we'll try using WebRTC with and without link-layer retransmission (ARQ) and observe the effect of ARQ on latency, packet loss, and video rate.