Changes between Version 149 and Version 150 of 802.11/Changelog


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Aug 19, 2016, 10:26:44 AM (3 years ago)
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    v149 v150  
    88Release Details:
    99||= Hardware =||= Release =||= Date Posted =||= SVN Rev. =||= ISE Ver. =||= Arch =||
    10 ||  WARP v3  ||  1.53  || 18-Aug-2016  ||   [browser:ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11?rev=XXX XXX]   ||  14.4  ||  Dual MB/AXI  ||
     10||  WARP v3  ||  1.53  || 19-Aug-2016  ||   [browser:ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11?rev=5607 5607]   ||  14.4  ||  Dual MB/AXI  ||
    1111||  WARP v3  ||  1.5.2  || 1-July-2016  ||   [browser:ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11?rev=5562 5562]   ||  14.4  ||  Dual MB/AXI  ||
    1212||  WARP v3  ||  1.5.1  || 26-April-2016  ||   [browser:ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11?rev=5490 5490]   ||  14.4  ||  Dual MB/AXI  ||
     
    3333'''Experiments Framework Changes:'''
    3434 * Added C code compilation timestamp strings to {{{NODE_INFO}}} log entry and to node object properties {{{cpu_low_compilation_date}}}, {{{cpu_low_compilation_time}}}, {{{cpu_high_compilation_date}}}, {{{cpu_high_compilation_time}}}. These timestamps use the compiler's {{{__DATE__}}} and {{{__TIME__}}} macros in the top-level applications (AP, STA, IBSS, DCF, and NoMAC) and are the same timestamps printed to the UART by each CPU on boot.
    35  * Added {{{enable_ethernet_portal(bool)}}} node method that controls whether the high-level MAC implements the wired-wireless bridge between the ETH A interface and the wireless interface. It is good practice to disable the Ethernet portal when running LTG-based experiments. This helps avoid issues with unaccounted for Tx/Rx events due to stray Ethernet packets on the wired network. See the updated '''FIXME''' log_capture_two_node_two_flow.py script for an example.
     35 * Added {{{enable_ethernet_portal(bool)}}} node method that controls whether the high-level MAC implements the wired-wireless bridge between the ETH A interface and the wireless interface. It is good practice to disable the Ethernet portal when running LTG-based experiments. This helps avoid issues with unaccounted for Tx/Rx events due to stray Ethernet packets on the wired network. See the updated [browser:/ReferenceDesigns/w3_802.11/python/examples/log/log_capture_two_node_two_flow.py?rev=5607 log_capture_two_node_two_flow.py] script for an example.
    3636 * Removed unnecessary {{{np.squeeze()}}} calls from log processing examples, fixes errors when log data contains single entries of a given type ([changeset:5597 changeset 5597]).
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