Changes between Version 66 and Version 67 of WikiStart


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    4848ORBIT was first funded in 2003 under the Network Research Testbeds (NRT)
    49 program (CNS-0335244) and subsequently under a follow-on grants CNS-0725053
    50 and CNS-0958483. The ORBIT radio grid was first released to research users
     49program (CNS-0335244) and subsequently under a follow-on grants CNS-0725053, CNS-0958483 and CNS-1513110. The ORBIT radio grid was first released to research users
    5150in Oct 2005, and since then has become a widely used community resource for
    5251evaluation of emerging wireless network architectures and protocols. As of
     
    5453of over ~200,000 experiment-hours on the radio grid testbed to date, with
    555455,701 experiment-hours served during 2013. The ORBIT testbed is also being
    56 used to support wireless aspects of the [http://www.geni.net  GENI future Internet testbed], and the ORBIT Management Framework (OMF)
     55used to support wireless aspects of the [http://www.geni.net  GENI], and the ORBIT Management Framework (OMF)
    5756is being used as one of the core control frameworks in GENI.  Examples of specific
    5857experiments that have been run on the ORBIT testbed include multi-radio
     
    6968 * Range of radio resources including: !WiFi 802.11a/b/g 802.11n 802.11ac, Bluetooth (BLE), !ZigBee, Software Defined Radio (SDR) platforms (USRP, WARP, RTL-SDR, USRP N210, USRP X310)
    7069 * Software defined networking (SDN) resources: NEC and Pronto switches, NetFPGA and NetFPGA-10G platforms
    71  * WiMAX and LTE basesations and clients
     70 * LTE ans WiMAX basesations and clients
     71 * Cloud resources (including a number of nodes with GPUs)
    7272
    7373(Note that use of OUTDOOR nodes is by arrangement and generally requires physical presence of experimenters on the
     
    7676For the basics of starting an experiment with the testbed refer to the
    7777[wiki:Documentation/CGettingStarted#Howtogetstarted "Getting Started" document] and further details information on how to use the
    78 ORBIT testbed can be found in the [wiki:Documentation documentation section]. Additional
     78ORBIT testbed can be found in the [wiki:Documentation documentation section]. Number of [wiki:Tutorials] tutorials is also available. Additional
    7979information on both the [wiki:Hardware hardware] and [wiki:Software software] in ORBIT can also be found on
    80 this site.
     80this site.