- IFS Calibration
- Transmitter Characterization
- Receiver Characterization
- Pkt. Det. Min. Power Characterization
- Packet Flow
- FPGA Architecture
- FPGA Resource Usage
- App Notes
- Other Resources
802.11 Reference Design: Experiments Framework
The 802.11 Reference Design implements a Python framework for running experiments with multiple nodes under the control of a host PC. This framework enables low-level visibility and control of MAC and PHY behaviors in real-time without interfering with the real-time operation of the wireless interfaces. The experiment framework is called wlan_exp.
A key feature of the wlan_exp framework is the event log maintained at every 802.11 Reference Design node. This log contains entries for every Tx and Rx event, plus node-level details recorded by the MAC applications. The Python framework provides tools to retrieve log data from nodes and to process the log data for experiment analysis.
Please refer to the wlan_exp Log page for more details.
Additional wlan_exp Resources
Please refer to the pages below for wlan_exp documentation.