Changes between Version 42 and Version 43 of Tutorials/k0SDR/Tutorial25


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    44=== Description ===
    5 In this tutorial, we'll use node11-10 in the main grid (equipped with a USRP N210) to transmit and receive a single frequency over the air to demonstrate full-duplex wireless capability using the Columbia [http://flexicon.ee.columbia.edu/ FlexICoN]'s Gen-1 Frequency-Flat Amplitude- and Phase-based RF Canceller. Pictures of the FlexICoN RF canceller and node11-10 in the main grid equipped with full-duplex capability are below:
     5In this tutorial, we'll use node11-10 in the main grid (equipped with a USRP N210) to transmit and receive a single tone over the air to demonstrate full-duplex wireless capability using the Columbia [http://flexicon.ee.columbia.edu/ FlexICoN]'s Gen-1 Frequency-Flat Amplitude- and Phase-based RF Canceller. Pictures of the FlexICoN RF canceller and node11-10 in the main grid equipped with full-duplex capability are below:
    66 ||||||Figure 1: The ORBIT-FlexICoN Full-Duplex Node||
    77 || [[Image(FlexICoN-gen1-canceller.jpg, 325px)]] [[Image(FlexICoN-gen1-canceller-label.png, 350px)]] || [[Image(FlexICoN-gen1-node11-10.jpg, 400px)]] ||
    88 || (a) The FlexICoN RF Canceller Box  || (b) Full-Duplex SDR at node11-10 in the ORBIT grid  ||
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    10 ==== Paper ====
     10==== Technical Report ====
    1111For more information, please read:
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    1313''Tingjun Chen, Mahmood Baraani Dastjerdi, Jin Zhou, Harish Krishnaswamy, and Gil Zussman, “Open-access full-duplex wireless in the ORBIT testbed,” arXiv preprint: 1801.03069 [cs.NI], Jan. 2018.'' [https://arxiv.org/abs/1801.03069 (arXiv)]
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    15 Please cite the above paper if you are using the hardware. Please email Tingjun Chen (tingjun [at] ee.columbia.edu) if you are using (or plan to use) the full-duplex node, or if you have any questions regarding the FD transceiver and the baseline program.
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    17 ==== Acknowledgements ====
    18 This work was supported in part by NSF grant ECCS1547406, DARPA RF-FPGA program, DARPA SPAR program, a Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship, Texas Instruments, and Intel. We thank Steven Alfano, Jelena Diakonikolas, Aishwarya Rajen, Jinhui Song, Mingyan Yu for their contributions to various aspects of the project. We thank Ivan Seskar, Jakub Kolodziejski, and Prasanthi Maddala from WINLAB, Rutgers University, for their help on the integration with the ORBIT testbed. We also thank Kira Theuer and Kendall Ruiz from NI and the NI technical support team for their help.
     15Please cite the above report if you use the hardware. Please email Tingjun Chen (tingjun [at] ee.columbia.edu) if you use (or plan to use) the full-duplex node or if you have any questions.
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    2017=== Hardware / Software Resources Utilized ===
     
    137134 Now by analyzing the RX baseband data at node11-10, you will observe the received tone at 200kHz while the self-interence tone at 100kHz is cancelled to the USRP noise floor, which is around -90dBm.
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     136==== Acknowledgements ====
     137This work was supported in part by NSF grant ECCS-1547406, DARPA RF-FPGA program, DARPA SPAR program, a Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship, Texas Instruments, and Intel. We thank Steven Alfano, Jelena Diakonikolas, Aishwarya Rajen, Jinhui Song, Mingyan Yu for their contributions to various aspects of the project. We thank Ivan Seskar, Jakub Kolodziejski, and Prasanthi Maddala from WINLAB, Rutgers University, for their help on the integration with the ORBIT testbed. We also thank Kira Theuer and Kendall Ruiz from NI and the NI technical support team for their help.
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