Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of Documentation/FAQ


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Dec 9, 2005, 7:06:31 PM (15 years ago)
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faiyaz
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    46 Yes and No. The ORBIT radio grid emulator currently uses standard 802.11x radio interface cards with Linux drivers (Host AP and MADwifi). The drivers allow changing certain parameters such as channel, TX power, TX rate, etc. but not all. If your new MAC scheme requires 802.11 modification that is not supported by our current drivers.  We also plan to develop more flexible drivers and customized 802.11x cards in collaboration with chip and card manufacturers
     46Yes and No. The ORBIT radio grid emulator currently uses standard 802.11a/b/g radio interface cards with Linux drivers (Intel IPW2200 and Atheros MADwifi). The drivers allow changing certain parameters such as channel, TX power, TX rate, etc. but not all. We are actively developing our drivers and are in constant contact with the card manufacturers to help expose whatever functionality the hardware is capable of.  Stay tuned.
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    4848Do you support AODV?
     
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    61 Currently, RSSI, TX_power, noise, throughput, and offered-load can be measured and collected. Users can select one or more of these parameters to be collected and stored in the database.
     61Currently, RSSI, TX_power, noise, throughput, offered-load, and packet retry can be measured and collected. Users can select one or more of these parameters to be collected and stored in the database.
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    6363Getting Started