Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of WiMAXRoadmapSpiral3


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10/27/10 13:59:08 (11 years ago)
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  • WiMAXRoadmapSpiral3

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     1=== WiMAX Deployment Roadmap for Spiral 3 ===
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     3Roadmap includes the following goals and milestones for most projects:
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     6Work with other WiMAX testbed projects and the GPO to establish a deployment plan for all GENI WiMAX Base Station Node hardware and software, plus baseline WiMAX Mobile Station images.
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     8Work with other WiMAX testbed projects and the GPO to establish a repository for experiment plans and code.
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     10Present demo/experiment, or present plans for demo/experiment at GEC10.  (GEC9)
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     12Install and bring up WiMAX base station kit, including the ASN Gateway.  (GEC10, or earlier)
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     14Install and bring up an instance of OMF/OML.  (GEC10, or earlier)
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     16Evaluate range and capacity of WiMAX base station kit and Linux PC with Intel WiMAX modem card.  (GEC10, or earlier)
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     18Present a mobility demo using WiMAX base station node, including the ASN Gateway, a Linux PC with Intel WiMAX modem card, or the dual-mode vehicular nodes, supporting both WiFi and WiMAX, required for your experiments, and a local instance of OMF/OML.  (GEC10)
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     20Operate and maintain the WiMax BS and the related GENI controller, using ORBIT Management Framework (OMF), with support for remote access by GENI users.  (GEC11)
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     22Install and bring up Virtual Base Station (vBS)server, to support multiple simultaneous experiments (slicing) on the GENI WiMAX base station node.  (GEC11)
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     24Install and bring up experiment-controlled L2 (or OpenFlow) switch, to provide enhanced connectivity from the WiMAX testbed to the GENI backbone.  (GEC11)
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     26Present mobility and/or application demos/experiments, showing support for multiple simultaneous experiments (slicing) of the GENI WiMAX base station node, and remote access by GENI users, utilizing experiment-controlled L2 (or OpenFlow) switch, and Virtual Base Station (vBS) server. (GEC11)
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