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References/Publications?

In each of the references that follow, the key questions listed are addressed

What is ORBIT?

Brief Abstract

This paper presents an overview of the ORBIT (Open Access Research Testbed for Next-Generation Wireless Networks)radio grid testbed, that is currently being developed for scalable and reproducible evaluation of next-generation wireless network protocols

  • D. Raychaudhuri, I. Seskar, M. Ott, S. Ganu, K. Ramachandran, H. Kremo, R. Siracusa, H. Liu and M. Singh "Overview of the ORBIT Radio Grid Testbed for Evaluation of Next-Generation Wireless Network Protocols", Proceedings of the IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC 2005) pdf

How was it designed? What does an experiment involve?

Brief Abstract

This paper presents the software architecture of the ORBIT radio grid testbed. It also describes the requirements for supporting the lifecycle of an experiment and their influence on the overall design of the ORBIT architecture.

  • Maximilian Ott, Ivan Seskar, Robert Siracusa, Manpreet Singh, "ORBIT Testbed Software Architecture: Supporting Experiments as a Service", Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005 pdf

How are the experimental measurements done and collected?

Brief Abstract

In this paper, the ORBIT measurement library (OML), which is a distributed software framework enabling real-time collection of data in a large testbed environment is presented

  • Manpreet Singh, Maximilian Ott, Ivan Seskar and Pandurang Kamat, "ORBIT Measurements Framework and Library (OML): Motivations, Design,Implementation, and Features", Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005 pdf

Are these measurements repeatable?

Brief Abstract

In this paper, the issue of repeatability in wireless experiments in the Open Access Research Testbed for Next-Generation Wireless Networks (ORBIT) testbed is addressed and a mechanism to promote reproducible experiments using periodic calibration of the equipment is proposed.

  • Sachin Ganu, Haris Kremo, Richard Howard and Ivan Seskar, "Addressing Repeatability in Wireless Experiments using ORBIT Testbed", Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005 pdf

How do you map a topology onto specific node assignments?

Brief Abstract

This paper address the issue of mapping a network topology with given SNR requirements onto the actual ORBIT testbed

  • Jing Lei, Roy Yates, Larry Greenstein, Hang Liu, "Wireless Link SNR Mapping Onto An Indoor Testbed", Proceedings of IEEE Tridentcom 2005, Trento, Italy, Feb 2005 pdf

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