Our colleague Eli De Poorter presented the topic “Applied Machine Learning for Wireless System Optimization” at the MAKI workshop in Darmstadt, which discussed how wireless machine learning is transitioning from protocol level optimization to full system understanding and optimization. The presentation included several examples from the eWINE project, including eWINE solutions that allow experimenters to
The 7th eWINE newsletter is out, enjoy it!
In collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), eWINE’s demo was presented at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona in a shared booth with the other H2020 project ORCA. The demo was showing two 5G use cases (Real-time control as well as video streaming) that were being addressed by a flexible base station equipped with
This is a tutorial that aligns with the view of the eWINE project of disseminating knowledge to the research community. The purpose of this tutorial is guiding new experimenters in “how to run a GNURadio experiment in the IRIS Testbed” using the Fed4fire and the JFed experimenter toolkit. In this tutorial, we show how to
The demo “5G Mobile Edge Cloud with Mixed Numerologies for Industrial Control Applications” consists of the “Frame-by-frame reconfiguration of the flexible GFDM PHY” developed under the ORCA project and the flexible PHY software component developed in the eWINE project. TUD team will present the demo consisting of two users and an intelligent base station equipped
The video tutorial provides a brief presentation on how to configure the GFDM flexible PHY transceiver in LabVIEW Communications Design Suite 2.0. It is expected that the user have some previous basic knowledge about the LabVIEW environment and programming. Further information can be found in the documentation in the link below. Documentation: http://owl.ifn.et.tu-dresden.de/GFDM/Flexible_GFDM_PHY_tutorial.pdf
Check out the latest work of our colleagues from JSI on experimental optimization of ultranarrowband networks! The video includes a demonstrator.
The 6th eWINE newsletter is out, enjoy it!
aLTE eNB stands for aLTErnative eNB. It is a fully functional LTE base station (eNB) running on a PC with RF-frontend functionality provided by a commercial off-the-shelf SDR hardware. With HSS and EPC provided as part of the package a customer obtains a complete “network-in-a-box” solution. It is based on open-source protocol stacks, but unlike
Ivan Azcarate (student research assistant at TUB) will, on behalf of Filip Lemic (research assistant at TUB), give a talk at the GeoIT Wherecamp Conference on Nov 30, 2017. The talk will discuss the design, implementation, and evaluation of a middleware architecture for standardized and seamless provisioning of location information to the consuming applications based on their requirements and