- 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: Experiment Framework Examples
We have created a number of example scripts that demonstrate various features of the Experiments Framework. The examples are listed below.
Many of these examples rely on log data files captured from 802.11 Reference Design nodes. We have prepared sample data files you can use to explore these examples without creating your own logs.
For more details on the Python classes and methods provided by the wlan_exp package, refer to the package documentation.
|Blink Node LEDs||1 or more nodes||Blinks the hex display LEDs on all discoverable nodes|
|Aggregate Throughput||2 nodes|| Starts traffic flow from AP to STA and calculates throughput|
using Tx/Rx packet counts at each node.
|Tx/Rx Log Capture||2 nodes|| Generates traffic flows between an AP and STA using LTGs, retrieves|
the logs from both nodes and writes each to an HDF5 log file
|Tx/Rx Log Analysis||Log File||Processes log file to calculate statistics|
|Channel Estimate Viewer|| Log file (with Rx events) |
| Extracts OFDM Rx events from a log file, saves them to a structured |
array, imports the array into MATLAB and displays the channel
|Continuous Log Capture||1 node|| Initializes node, waits for specified duration, then retrieves the |
node's log and writes it to an HDF5 log file