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ORBIT Radio Grid Testbed Tutorial
The first section of this tutorial briefly describes the ORBIT Radio Grid Testbed, its system architecture and its hardware and software components. The second section describes a simple "Hello World" experiment with one sender and one receiver. The third and concluding section covers each of the steps that may be involved in the design, development, execution and interpretation of an ORBIT Radio Grid Testbed experiment.
To avoid duplicating information that is available elsewhere on this web site, links to other pages on this site will be used. For example, an overview paper on the ORBIT Radio Grid Testbed is available in Adobe Acrobat here http://www.orbit-lab.org/downloads/publications/Orbit_Overview.pdf. The ORBIT Hardware components are described on this page http://www.orbit-lab.org/doc/design/hardware on this site, and the ORBIT Software Components are described here http://www.orbit-lab.org/doc/design/software.
- Brief tour of the Testbed
- How to get started
- Hello World Example
- Understanding the helloworld script
- How To Write Scripts
- How measurements are collected
- Post-processing measurements
- How to Lauch your application using nodehandler
- How to Use Noise Generator in the experiment
- How to Use AODV in the experiment
- Frequently Asked Questions asked by ORBIT experimenters