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Inaugural Meeting

R2Lab anechoic chamber a heterogeneous wireless testbed

R2lab is an open testbed, located in an anechoic chamber, for reproducible research in wireless WiFi and 4G/5G networks. This testbed is federated to the FIT Equipment of Excellence facility and will be inaugurated on Wednesday November 9th in the presence of Antoine Petit, CEO of Inria.

R2lab proposes thirty seven customisable commercial off-the-shelf wireless devices together with efficient software tools to support easy experimentation. These tools allow to book the whole testbed, to remotely control the wireless devices, to easily deploy various scenarios and to collect results

  • Date : 9/11/2016
  • Place : Inria Sophia Antipolis, 2004 route des Lucioles, 06900 Sophia Antipolis
  • Guest(s) : Eric Fleury (ENS Lyon), Tanguy Risset (Inria), Walid Dabbous (Inria), Max Ott (National ICT Australia), Raymond Knopp (Eurecom), Sylvie Mellet (UCA)
  • Organiser(s) : Inria, Labex, ANR, FIT, UCA

Program

02:00 pm

Welcome address, Antoine PETIT, CEO Inria

02:10 pm

Eric Fleury (ENS Lyon): FIT, a Digital Resources Warehouse as a playground for the future Internet

02:40 pm

Max Ott (NICTA, Australia): Testbeds, where Systems Learn to Experiment As Well

03:10 pm

break

03:30 pm

Tanguy RISSET (Inria Grenoble Rhône Alpes): Experimenting Cognitive Radio Communication on FIT/CorteXlab

03:50 pm

Walid DABBOUS (Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée) : R2lab, Reproducible Research Lab for 5G networks

04:10 pm

Raymond KNOPP (Eurecom): Open Air Interface Alliance 

04:30 pm

Demonstration of Open Air Interface on R2lab, Thierry PARMENTELAT (Inria Sophia Antipolis-Méditerranée)

04:45 pm

Final address, Sylvie MELLET (UCA)

Cocktail

Possibility to visit the testbed

Keywords: R2Lab EquipeX Wireless networks FIT Inria - Centre de Recherche Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée Anechoïc chamber

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