Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of Hardware/bDomains/cSandboxes/dSB4


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    4 As shown in Figure 1, sandbox 4 consists of 10 nodes and two LTE and two WiMAX basestations and corresponding BS controllers. To prevent interference, each node is housed in [http://www.ramseytest.com/ Ramsey Electronics RF enclosure] that provides 80 dB of isolation. Each of the 9 nodes is equipped with a pair of WiFi devices: one Atheros 5000X mini-PCI card and one Intel 6250 mini-PCIe 802.11/802.16. 4 nodes are also equipped with [wiki:Hardware/fDevices/cSDR/gUSRP#USRPB210  USRP B210] SDR devices. All of the antenna ports of in each node are connected to a power combiner and fed through the enclosure access port to the outside SMA connector which is wired to one of the input/output ports of the [http://www.jfwindustries.com/documents/50PMA-012_specsheet.pdf  RF Transceiver Test System] from [http://www.jfwindustries.com JFW Industries]. This configuration enables fairly tight control of RF attenuation matrix between the nodes. Four of the RF test system ports are shared between nodes and basestations (node1-1 and node1-2 are sharing their port with LTE baestations while node1-8 and node1-9 are sharing their ports with WiMAX basestations). The topology (including pairwise attenuation between ports and selection switches for node/basestation) is controlled through the [http://omf.mytestbed.net OMF] based [wiki:/Software/eAM/mInstr Instrumentation AM].  
     4As shown in Figure 1, sandbox 4 consists of 10 nodes and two LTE and two WiMAX basestations and corresponding BS controllers. To prevent interference, each node is housed in [http://www.ramseytest.com/ Ramsey Electronics RF enclosure] that provides 80 dB of isolation. Each of the 9 nodes is equipped with a pair of WiFi devices: one Atheros 5000X mini-PCI card and one Intel 6250 mini-PCIe 802.11/802.16. 4 nodes are also equipped with [wiki:Hardware/fDevices/cSDR/gUSRP#USRPB205  USRP B205mini-i] SDR devices. All of the antenna ports of in each node are connected to a power combiner and fed through the enclosure access port to the outside SMA connector which is wired to one of the input/output ports of the [http://www.jfwindustries.com/documents/50PMA-012_specsheet.pdf  RF Transceiver Test System] from [http://www.jfwindustries.com JFW Industries]. This configuration enables fairly tight control of RF attenuation matrix between the nodes. Four of the RF test system ports are shared between nodes and basestations (node1-1 and node1-2 are sharing their port with LTE baestations while node1-8 and node1-9 are sharing their ports with WiMAX basestations). The topology (including pairwise attenuation between ports and selection switches for node/basestation) is controlled through the [http://omf.mytestbed.net OMF] based [wiki:/Software/eAM/mInstr Instrumentation AM].  
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