WARP Workshop at Rice University - March 29-30, 2010
The tenth WARP workshop was held at Rice University on March 29-30, 2010.
The WARP Workshop introduced researchers to the tools and design flows used to build custom wireless networking designs on WARP. The materials cover the basics of the WARP hardware and introduce the platform's physical and MAC layer design flows. The workshop is composed of both technical presentations, delivered by the Rice students and staff working on WARP, and hands-on lab exercises using the WARP hardware and design flows.
All of the materials presented at the workshop are available below. Please post any questions about these designs to the WARP forums.
- Introduction (37KB PDF)
- WARPLab by Melissa Duarte (6.3MB PDF)
- Hardware & XPS by Sid Gupta (2.7MB PDF)
- PHY Design by Patrick Murphy (2.2MB PDF)
- MAC Design by Chris Hunter (1.7MB PDF)
- Advanced MAC/PHY Design - A Case Study by Chris Hunter (1.5MB PDF)
Lab Exercise Handouts
- Lab 1: Introduction to WARPLab (0.1MB PDF)
- Lab 2: Introduction to WARP Hardware & XPS (0.5MB PDF)
- Lab 3: Building a Simple Transceiver (0.5MB PDF)
- Lab 4: NoMAC (0.1MB PDF)
- Lab 5: HalfMAC - Software (0.1MB PDF)
- Lab 6: HalfMAC - Hardware (0.1MB PDF)
Lab Exercise Source Files
- Lab 1: WARPLab exercise source files
- Lab 2: WARP Hardware & XPS Intro source project (1.2 MB .zip)
- Lab 3: Simple Transceiver source models & project (1.3 MB .zip)
- Labs 4-6: OFDM Reference Design & MAC exercises (7MB .zip)
Melissa Duarte, Sid Gupta, Patrick Murphy and Chris Hunter