Changes between Version 47 and Version 48 of WARPLab6


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May 7, 2013, 9:32:06 AM (10 years ago)
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    32 WARPLab downloads and release notes are available [wiki:WARPLab/Changelog here].
     32WARPLab downloads and release notes are available [wiki:./Changelog here].
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    34 The WARPLab framework facilitates experimental evaluation of PHY layer algorithms. However, some novel algorithms may require features not provided in the WARPLab framework. Users are encouraged to modify/extend the WARPLab EDK Reference Design and WARPLab Reference M-Code if this is required in order to meet experiment requirements. For example, if part of the signal processing cannot be done offline in MATLAB but must be done in real-time, then this signal processing can be implemented in FPGA logic by modifying the WARPLab XPS Reference Design. Depending on the experiment, the users may also have to modify the WARPLab Reference M-Code. The vanilla architecture is described [wiki:WARPLab/Architecture here] and [wiki:WARPLab/ExtendingWARPLab extending WARPLab] explains some of the steps needed to modify the system. Specifications of the radio parameters controllable from M-code are listed [wiki:WARPLab/Specifications here].
     34The WARPLab framework facilitates experimental evaluation of PHY layer algorithms. However, some novel algorithms may require features not provided in the WARPLab framework. Users are encouraged to modify/extend the WARPLab EDK Reference Design and WARPLab Reference M-Code if this is required in order to meet experiment requirements. For example, if part of the signal processing cannot be done offline in MATLAB but must be done in real-time, then this signal processing can be implemented in FPGA logic by modifying the WARPLab XPS Reference Design. Depending on the experiment, the users may also have to modify the WARPLab Reference M-Code. The vanilla architecture is described [wiki:./Architecture here] and [wiki:./ExtendingWARPLab extending WARPLab] explains some of the steps needed to modify the system. Specifications of the radio parameters controllable from M-code are listed [wiki:./Specifications here].
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