WARP: Wireless Open Access Research Platform

WARP is a scalable and extensible programmable wireless platform, built from the ground up, to prototype advanced wireless networks. This is the main page for the WARP repository, home of the open-source WARP project. Learn more about the WARP Project.

Getting Started
Repository | Getting Hardware | License | Citing WARP
Reference Designs
802.11 Reference Design | WARPLab Reference Design | OFDM Reference Design | more...
Design Flows
WARPLab | Real-Time Physical Layers | WARPnet
Medium Access Layer
802.11 DCF | CSMA MAC | NO MAC
Hardware Platform
WARP v3 | FMC-RF-2X245 | FMC-BB-4DA | CM-MMCX | CM-PLL | more...
Platform Support
Custom Peripherals | Software Frameworks | Azimuth Emulator
Forums | How To Guides | Xilinx SDK | more...
Research Results
Papers and Presentations | Videos

Featured Projects

WARP Featured in Course Projects at SMU

The ā€‹Embedded Wireless Design Laboratory at Southern Methodist University uses WARP to teach students fundamental concepts in wireless communications and networking. After learning the fundamentals, the course then asks students to design novel wireless protocols and characterize those designs with experiments as part of a final project. Read more...

(Previous Featured Projects)

Latest Community Research Updates

Read all the latest research results that use WARP

(Latest papers)

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