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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 | OFDM Reference Design | WARPLab 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 | more...
Platform Support
Custom Peripherals | Software Frameworks | Azimuth Emulator
Forums | How To Guides | Xilinx SDK | more...
May 2011 (at DySPAN, Aachen) | Mar 2010 (at Rice) | Nov 2008 (at Rice) | more...
Research Results
Papers and Presentations | Videos

Featured Projects

Mango Communications Team Presents Demo at ACM MobiCom 2014

Mango Communications presented a demonstration titled ​Real-Time MU-MIMO Channel Analysis with a Custom 802.11 Implementation at MobiCom 2014. The demonstration combined WARP v3 with the 802.11 Reference Design to let conference attendees use their own Wi-Fi clients to interact with the hardware and witness real-time changes in MU-MIMO channels. Read more...

Rice wireless experts tap unused TV spectrum

Rice University wireless researchers have found a way to make the most of the unused UHF TV spectrum by serving up fat streams of data over wireless hotspots that could stretch for miles. Read more...

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