Is the modified parser for the new data set collected using Wifi-dump, It has substantial changes to deal with 802.11 n cases, where certain state is ported directly from ath9k device driver
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bar_graph_plot.py
box_plotter.py
contention-calc.py
contention-data-frames-calc.py
control_frames.py
device-count-process.py
fc-process.py
frame-counts.py
header.py
mac_parser.py
magicplott.py
non_wifi_interference_analysis.py
packet_distribution.py
phy_errs_stats.py
print-frames.py
process.py
process_noise.py
rate.py
rate_distribution.py
scatterplot.py
station-process.py
template-parsing.py
utils.py

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#Documentation for Dave Levin
print-frame.py is used to print the packet contents of the trace collected on the router 

The NOTES files have the IP address of the server and the client ( I realize its not of use, since our Router trace doesn't have it)
Please have a look at the test-6, test-7 folders.
They have exactly the setup you wanted!
Two laptops connected wireless to the AP and doing a iperf transfer 
Srikanth's laptop has a mac address starting with 74:
My router has a mac address starting with 00:19 

The transmitted frames collected have the format as : 
time ,txflags,retx,successful_rate,total_time,Q len ,A-Q len, Q-no,phy_type,retx_rate_list ,seq no,fragment no,mac-layer-flags, frame-prop-type,framesize,prop time

received frame output have the format as follows : 
time ,flags,freq, rx_flags,success rate, rx_queue_time,framesize , signal,RSSI, seq number, fragment no,retry frame,prop time