IEEE 802.11 (Standard), Signal processing -- Digital techniques, Radio -- Transmitters and transmission, Wireless communication systems -- Programming, MATLAB
The growth in the number of connected device usage has led to a rapidly increased data traffic on wireless network and the demand for access to high speed and stable Internet connection is becoming more prominent. However, current off the shelf wireless cards are not programmable or observable across layers of the standard protocol stack, which leads to poor practical performance. Thus, Wireless Open Access Research Platform (WARP), a scalable wireless platform providing programmable functionality at every layer of the network stack, has been used for the real-time implementation and improvement of 802.11 protocol.
Lee, Eunji, "Improvement of 802.11 Protocol on Fully Programmable Wireless Radio" (2018). Undergraduate Research & Mentoring Program. 19.
Available for download on Wednesday, November 13, 2019