Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of HowTo/virtualMobilitySS


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Feb 8, 2007, 12:28:03 AM (14 years ago)
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    11= Mobility emulation using Spatial Switching =
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    3 Emulating mobility via spatial switching relies on a large number of static radio interfaces, whose antennas are arranged in a grid topology. To emulate moving nodes, the system will select sending and receiving radios from the grid that best represent the positions of the moving nodes as given by a mobility scenario. To emulate large-scale networks, an experimenter can utilize the ORBIT noise generation system to raise the noise floor in the environment, which emulates a greater distance between transmitter and receiver. For more details, please refer to the corresponding  [http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~kishore/papers/ewind-2005.pdf publication]
     3Emulating mobility via spatial switching relies on a large number of static radio interfaces, whose antennas are arranged in a grid topology. This system emulates mobility by switching a moving node to different radio and antenna positions as time progresses. Thus, the emulated path of a moving node comprises a number of discrete steps that approximate the actual path a moving node would take. To emulate larger distances between the nodes, an experimenter can utilize the [http://www.orbit-lab.org/wiki/Documentation/ArbInterference ORBIT noise generation system] to raise the noise floor in the environment, which emulates a greater distance between transmitter and receiver. For more details, please refer to the corresponding  [http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/~kishore/papers/ewind-2005.pdf publication].
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    55== For Experimenters ==