Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of WiMAXExper


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02/07/11 15:45:35 (8 years ago)
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    4 == 11.  WiMAX Experiments and Demos ==
     4= WiMAX Experiments =
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    6 == WiMAX Experimenter Mailing List ==
     6== 1. Mailing Lists ==
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    88Suggested mailing lists for WiMAX experimenters: [[BR]]
     
    1212[mailto:wimax-experimenter@email.orbit-lab.org  mail to wimax-experimenter@email.orbit-lab.org] for experimenters /  [http://www.orbit-lab.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/wimax-experimenter  subscribe] / [http://www.orbit-lab.org/cgi-bin/mailman/private/wimax-experimenter/ mailman archieve][[BR]]
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     14== 2.  Meetings and Demos ==
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    15 === 11.1  Experiment Techniques ===
     16== 3.  Techniques ==
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    1718==== Standalone Operation using OMF ====
     
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    37 === 11.2  Research Use Cases and Planned Experiments ===
     38== 4.  Experiments by Developers ==
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    3940At the  GEC7 meeting on 3/16, Dipankar (Ray) Raychaudhuri led the campus projects in a discussion of research use cases and planned experiments.  [[BR]]
     
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    77 === 11.3  Completed Demos ===
     78==  5.  Demos by Developers ==
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    81 ====  GEC6 Demo  ====
     82====  WiMAX Base Station Demo at GEC 6  ====
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    8384See [http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/Gec6Agenda/2009-11-17%20GEC6%20WiMAX%20Demo.pdf  "WiMAX Base Station Demo at GEC 6, November 17, 2009"][[BR]]
     
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    90 ====  GEC7 Demo  ====
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    93 ===  11.4  Planned Demos ===
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    95 ==== Demo Types ====
    96 Demo A:  Application Deployed on Federated WiMAX Testbeds on Multiple Campuses [[BR]]
    97 For example:  Run Skype video clients on multiple handsets, located on at least three campuses. [[BR]]
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    99 Demo R:  Research Experiment Utilizing WiMAX Base Station and WiMAX Clients [[BR]]
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    101 Demo V:  Virtualization of WiMAX Testbeds to Accomodate Applications and Research Experiments  [[BR]]
    102 For example:  Simultaneously run Demo A and Demo R [[BR]]
     91====  ParkNet Demo at GEC9  ====
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    106 ==== Demo Plans for GEC8 and GEC9 ====
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    108 Brainstorming and discussion by group at GEC7 meeting on March 16:[[BR]]
    109 1)  Multi-campus application, e.g, wideband video between handsets;  distributed conferencing;  video content distribution[[BR]]
    110 2)  Mobile connectivity: car to car, car to infrastructure via WiMAX[[BR]]
    111 3)  Portable switch for Layer 2 connectivity;  like Sprint mobile hot spot, except Layer 2;  client to switch via WiFi, switch to infrastructure via WiMAX;  good for campus access.[[BR]]
    112 4)  Virtualized WiMAX provides emergency slice;  adjust network utilization to assure good QoS for emergency slice;  reassign to accomplish dynamic provisioning.[[BR]]
     96==== "Wirel" Demo at GEC9  ====
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    114 Stretch deployment goal discussed by Ivan, Harry and Tony on March 22:  [[BR]]
    115 1)  Rutgers would ship three kits by mid-May to campuses. [[BR]]
    116 2)  Rutgers (with possible help from BBN) would get four campuses (e.g., Rutgers, BBN, UMass, and ?) setup with outdoor WiMAX systems by June 15. [[BR]]
    117 3)  Basic multi campus demo could be done by GEC8 [[BR]]
    118 4)  Extended multi campus demo could be done by GEC9  [[BR]]
     98This demo combines both WiMAX and OpenFlow elements. [[BR]]
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    120 Submitted to Mark Berman on March 31: [[BR]]
    121 1)  Rutgers and Stanford have proposed a "Wirel" demo proposal for GEC9, that combines both WiMAX and OpenFlow elements. [[BR]]
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    123 Demo plans for GEC8 and/or GEC9 discussed by Ray, Ivan, Harry, Mark and Tony on April 13: [[BR]]
    124 1)  Wirel demo is separate, only Rutgers and Stanford. [[BR]]
    125 2)  Goals for GEC8 demo: [[BR]]
    126  *  WiMAX base station infrastructure is in place on multiple campuses (four?), and operational. [[BR]]
    127  *  WiMAX base station is virtualized, with multiple slices, including (if possible) one multi-site slice. [[BR]]
    128  *  A slice can be configured by an experimenter, including (if possible) downloading code into the slice's VM in the gateway. [[BR]]
    129 3)  Goals for GEC9 demo: [[BR]]
    130  *  Full WiMAX capabilities. [[BR]]
    131  *  Openness of the API. [[BR]]
    132  *  Multicasting across the country, through multiple sites. [[BR]]
    133  *  Rate adaptation to available bandwidth. [[BR]]
    134  *  Meet the objective for a research experiment.[[BR]]
    135 4)  Specific demo ideas:[[BR]]
    136  *  Basic video multicast.[[BR]]
    137  *  Extended video multicast, with rate adapted to available bandwidth (under study now, not easy).
    138  *  Multicast of test UDP packets, where measure available downstream rates at multiple sites, via multiple connectivity situations, and report back to measurement archive;  might be extended to include available upstream rates;  could eventually be used to automatically evaluate a network deployment.[[BR]]
    139  *  Cache and forward, to provide a delay-tolerant network.[[BR]]
    140  *  Use Layer 2 connectivity, but how?[[BR]]
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    143 === 11.5  Experiment Issues ===
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    146 || No ||  Issue  ||  Who  ||  Opened  ||  Resolved  || Resolution  ||  Note  ||
    147 || 11.1  ||   Establish experiment demo plan:  Who will be responsible for each experiment/demo?  Can we plan a completion date?  ||  Mussman, Seskar, team, Berman  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  ||
    148 || 11.2  ||   Need to plan tutorial at Rutgers this summer, before GEC8, on getting started with WiMAX    ||  Bhanage  ||  3/16/10  || -  || -  || -  ||
    149 || 11.3  ||   -  ||  -  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  ||
    150 || 11.4  ||   -  ||  -  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  || 
    151 || 11.5  ||   -  ||  -  ||  -  || -  || -  || -  || 
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