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Wireless and Mobile Networks

Laboratory Experiments and Assignments

In the laboratories and assignments, we use our own design packet radio boards (we call the current ones "smart packet radio boards" as they are more capable than our older generation designs). They operate at 433 MHz ISM Band, and can transmit data up to 150 Kbits/second speed.

Before coming to the first lab, please check whether your Linux account is active, and settings are OK. The steps are outlined here. You can test your Linux account from home, this web page tells how you can access the university's Linux servers from home by using a secure shell client.

You may find these tutorials useful if you would like to deepen your expertise in software development in the Linux/Unix environment. Here is the sequence of laboratory activities:

We are now ready to work with the Monash packet radio modules:
  • Third experiment, Sending and Receiving Packets introduces the basic models we will use as the basis for the assignments, and shows how Monash packet radios work. Please watch the video I have recorded that demonstrates how to set up your first OMNeT++ project for using the Monash packet radios.
After completing the above experiments, you can start working on your assignments, you will be working on your assignments in the remaining lab sessions:

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Topic revision: r22 - 2014-04-18 - AhmetSekercioglu
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