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Wireless Suite


Wireless Suite is a collection of problems in wireless telecommunications.

Comparing research results in telecoms remains a challenge due to the lack of standard problem implementations against which to benchmark. To solve this, Wireless Suite implements some well-known problems, built as Open-AI Gym compatible classes. These are intended to establish performance benchmarks, stimulate reproducible research and foster quantitative comparison of algorithms for telecommunication problems.

Getting started

The code has been tested to work on Python 3.7 under Windows 10.

  1. Get the code:

    git clone
  2. Use pip3 to install the package:

    cd wireless-suite
    pip3 install .
  3. OPTIONAL: Modify the script scripts/ to execute a problem of your choosing.

  4. OPTIONAL: Modify the configuration of your problem at config/config_environment.json.

  5. Simulate an agent-environment interaction:

    cd wireless/scripts

Provided problems


This environment simulates a OFDM resource allocation task, where a limited number of frequency resources are to be allocated to a large number of User Equipments (UEs) over time. An agent interacting with this environment plays the role of the MAC scheduler. On each time step, the agent must allocate one frequency resource to one of a large number of UEs. The agent gets rewarded for these resource allocation decisions. The reward increases with the number of UEs, whose traffic requirements are satisfied. The traffic requirements for each UE are expressed in terms of their Guaranteed Bit Rate (if any) and their Packet Delay Budget (PDP).

You are invited to develop a new agent that interacts with this environment and takes effective resource allocation decisions. Five sample agents are provided for reference in the wireless/agents folder. The performance obtained by the default agents on the default environment configuration is:

  • Random -69590
  • Round Robin -69638
  • Round Robin IfTraffic -3284
  • Proportional Fair -9595
  • Proportional Fair Channel Aware -1729

Note that the above average rewards are negative values. The best performing agent is thus the Proportional Fair Channel Aware.

Additional details about this problem are provided in document wireless/doc/TimeFreqResourceAllocation-v0.pdf


This environment is an extension of the above TimeFreqResourceAllocation-v0 environment, with the difference that it allows multiple UEs to be allocated on a time-frequency resource. It consists on an uplink power-domain NOMA system, wherein the base station receives superimposed signals from the multiplexed UEs and performs successive interference cancellation (SIC) to decode them.

The default environment can be obtained by setting "env": "NomaULTimeFreqResourceAllocation-v0" and "n_ues_per_prb": 2 in config/config_environment.json. Two sample agents are provided for reference in the wireless/agents folder. The performance obtained on the default environment configuration is:

  • Random -33499
  • NOMA UL Proportional Fair Channel Aware -1431


This environment simulates a free-space scenario with a Base Station located at coordinates [0, 0] and one UE at a random location. On each time step, the UE moves linearly in a random direction with constant speed 2 m/s . The agent interacting with the environment plays the role of the the Base Station. On each time step the agent must select one of four possible Power Control (PC) commands to increase/decrease the uplink transmit power. The objective is to measure an uplink SNR as close as possible to the SNR target (4 dB by default).

See the file envs/ for more details.


The simulated environment can be chosen by setting "env": "TimeFreqResourceAllocation-v0" or "env": "NomaULTimeFreqResourceAllocation-v0" in config/config_environment.json. The script wireless/scripts/ runs 16 episodes with a maximum of 65536 time steps each, and collects the reward obtained by the agent on each time step. The result is calculated as the average reward obtained in all time steps on all episodes.

How to contribute

There are two main ways of contributing to Wireless Suite:

  1. Implementing new problems: This version of Wireless Suite contains two problems implementation. New problems can be easily added as simple variations of the existing ones (e.g. by changing their parameters), or by introducing fully new problem implementations (e.g. Adaptive Modulation and Coding, Open Loop Power Control, Handover optimization, etc).

  2. Implementing new agents: Ideally, new agent contributions shall perform better than the default ones.


  1. Open AI Gym Documentation
  2. How to create new environments for Gym
  3. Sacred Documentation


This project is licensed under the BSD-3-Clause license - see the LICENSE.


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