Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of WiMAX


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  • WiMAX

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     1'''Project Number'''
     2
     31657
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     5'''Project Title'''
     6
     7Open Virtualized WiMAX Base Station Node for GENI Wide-Area Wireless Deployments [[BR]]
     8a.k.a.  WiMAX, WIMAX
     9
     10
     11'''Technical Contacts'''
     12
     13Principal Investigator: 
     14Dipankar Raychaudhuri 
     15WINLAB, Rutgers University 
     16ray@winlab.rutgers.edu 
     17http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/docs/faculty/RayBio.html [[BR]]
     18Co-Principal Investigator: 
     19Sampath Rangarajan 
     20NEC Laboratories America 
     21sampath@nec-labs.com 
     22http://www.nec-labs.com/research/broadband/broadband_mobile-website/staff.php [[BR]]
     23Technical Staff: 
     24Ivan Seskar 
     25WINLAB / Rutgers University 
     26seskar@winlab.rutgers.edu 
     27http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~seskar/ [[BR]]
     28
     29
     30'''Participating Organizations'''
     31
     32
     33[http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/   WINLAB / Rutgers University, North Brunswick, NJ][[BR]]
     34[http://www.nec-labs.com/research/broadband/index.php  NEC Laboratories America, Princeton, NJ][[BR]]
     35
     36
     37'''Scope'''
     38
     39The scope of work on this project is to leverage a commercial IEEE 802.16e WiMAX base station product to prototype an open, programmable and virtualizable base station node that could work over a metropolitan area and connect with off-the shelf WiMAX handsets and data cards.  This includes the following steps:  1) Develop an open/virtualizable WiMAX base station with external control and data API’s.   2) Import a control framework from the Orbit project, and implement GENI-specific software on an external Linux-based PC controller for the WiMAX base station, demonstrating basic GENI compliance:  virtualization, slice setup & resource management, L2/L3 programmability, and opt-in for off-the shelf terminals.  3) Integrate the GBSN with backhaul options to validate and demonstrate the total access networking solution, including VLAN connections to a GENI backbone network.  4) Demonstrate the GBSN capabilities in a phased manner, starting with controlled lab tests of each GENI feature and then migrating to a small-scale outdoor trial with off-the-shelf WiMAX
     40terminal equipment.  5) Develop a deployment plan for multi-cell WiMAX services in GENI, including guidelines for site selection, frequency allocation, network backhaul and equipment/operating costs.
     41 
     42
     43
     44'''Milestones'''
     45
     46[milestone:"WiMAX:  1a  Delivery of two NEC Release 1 802.16e base stations"]  [[BR]]
     47[milestone:"WiMAX:  1b  Validate open API capabilities of the WiMAX base station"]  [[BR]]
     48[milestone:"WiMAX:  1c  Import a GENI-compliant control framework from the ORBIT project"]  [[BR]]
     49[milestone:"WiMAX:  1d  First release v1.0 of GENI base station node software"]  [[BR]]
     50[milestone:"WiMAX:  1e  Demo basic functionality of base station"] [[BR]]
     51[milestone:"WiMAX:  1f  VLAN connections to the GENI backbone network"]  [[BR]]
     52
     53
     54'''Project Technical Documents'''
     55
     56Links to wiki pages for the project's technical documents go here.  List should include any document in the working groups, as well as other useful documents.  Projects may have a full tree of wiki pages here.[[BR]]
     57
     58D. Raychaudhuri and Editors M. Gerla, “New architectures and disruptive technologies for the future internet: The wireless, mobile and sensor network perspective” Report of NSF Wireless Mobile Planning Group (WMPG) Workshop, August 2005, at [http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/WMPG http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/WMPG][[BR]]
     59
     60Open Base Station Architecture Initiative, at: [http://www.obsai.org/ http://www.obsai.org/]
     61
     62“Android: An Open Handset Alliance Project”, at: [http://code.google.com/android/ http://code.google.com/android/]
     63
     64”NEC’s broadband wireless access products”, NEC Corporation Technical White Paper,  [http://www.neceurope.com/PDF/NEC_Mobile_WiMAX_WhitePaper_Ver-D1.4_060513-2.pdf http://www.neceurope.com/PDF/NEC_Mobile_WiMAX_WhitePaper_Ver-D1.4_060513-2.pdf]
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     66“Wireless virtualization in GENI”, GDD-06-17, 2006, at [http://www.geni.net/GDD/GDD-06-17.pdf www.geni.net/GDD/GDD-06-17.pdf]
     67
     68S. Paul, R. Yates, D. Raychaudhuri and J. Kurose, "The Cache-and-Forward Network Architecture for Efficient Mobile Content Delivery
     69Services in the Future Internet", to appear in ITU-T Next Generation Networks (NGN) Conference, Geneva, May 2008.
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     71
     72
     73'''Spiral 1 Connectivity'''
     74
     75''Links to wiki pages about details of infrastructure that the project is using go here.  Examples include IP addresses, hostnames, URLs, DNS
     76servers, local site network maps, VLAN IDs (if permanent VLANs are used), pointers to public keys.  May also include ticket links for pending or known connectivity issues.  Many projects will have a full tree of wiki pages here.''[[BR]]
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     78Location of equipment:  [[BR]]
     79        Lab at WINLAB / Rutgers University, North Brunswick, NJ[[BR]]
     80        There is no GENI equipment at NEC Labs.
     81
     82Layer 3 connectivity[[BR]]
     83        WiMAX will connect through WINLAB (see [wiki:ORBIT] connectivity section.)[[BR]]
     84       
     85Layer 2 connectivity[[BR]]
     86
     87        WiMAX will connect through WINLAB (see [wiki:ORBIT] connectivity section.)[[BR]]
     88
     89        IT contact at WINLAB: (see [wiki:ORBIT] IT contact.)
     90       
     91'''GPO Liason System Engineer'''
     92
     93Harry Mussman  hmussman@geni.net
     94
     95'''Related Projects'''
     96
     97[http://www.orbit-lab.org/  ORBIT Testbed][[BR]]
     98[http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/docs/focus/GENI.html  GENI Projects at WINLAB][[BR]]