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Sponsored by the National Science Foundation GENI WiMAX: BBN Mobile Stations Manu Gosain and Tony Michel GENI Project Office at Raytheon BBN Technologies.

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1 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation GENI WiMAX: BBN Mobile Stations Manu Gosain and Tony Michel GENI Project Office at Raytheon BBN Technologies Nov 2, 2010

2 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation BBN Mobile Stations (Clients) Windows PC with USB-connected WiMAX modem –Example: AWB (Accton Wireless Broadband) US210 WiMAX USB adapter, using Beceem chips, and works with any network ID –Summary: debug monitor, useful to capture client RSSI, limited use on windows platform Linux PC with Intel 5150/6250 mini-PCI express card WiMAX modem. Samsung NC10 and Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Android handset with WIMAX capability

3 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation3Sept 20, 2010 Windows XP + Beceem Dongle Nice, works out of the box.profile encrypted Fair sensitivity Ran with cygwin –Shell scripts –Thrp tests

4 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation WiMAX Mobile Station: Linux PC Linux PC with Intel 5150/6250 mini- PCI express card WiMAX modem –Examples: Samsung NC10, Dell Inspiron Mini 10 –Open-source driver, can work with any network ID –Full support for custom applications –Full support for OMF/OML applications and control, including image loading –Summary: Currently the most capable client Intel 5150/6250 mini-PCI express card with Linux driver

5 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation5Sept 20, 2010 Dell Inspiron + Linux Wireless WinLAB kernel BBN GDB wimaxcu wimaxll

6 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation WiMAX Mobile Station: Android Handset Android handset with WIMAX capability –Example: HTC EVO 4G handset, sold by Sprint –As sold, locked to Sprint; how to allow connection to GENI network? –How to support custom applications? –How to support OMF/OML applications and control? –Summary: Very attractive for certain uses; working to resolve issues

7 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation7Sept 20, 2010 HTC EVO Android 4G Android OS “locked” vs “unlocked” Unlock and install 2.1 Find profile & freq tables, replace with GENI


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