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README

This is the git repository for Linux kernel drivers (and driver modifications)
we use for IEEE 802.11n research.

The tool was released on November 8, 2010, and was announced to the SIGCOMM
community in the January 2011 issue of CCR.  See our tool announcement for
more information:

   Daniel Halperin, Wenjun Hu, Anmol Sheth, and David Wetherall. "Tool Release:
   Gathering 802.11n Traces with Channel State Information." ACM SIGCOMM
   Computer Communication Review (CCR), vol. 41, no. 1, p. 53, January 2011.
   http://ccr.sigcomm.org/online/?q=node/719

This includes the 802.11n Channel State Information (CSI) Measurement Tool we
have used in our SIGCOMM, GLOBECOM and CCR papers:

   Daniel Halperin, Wenjun Hu, Anmol Sheth, and David Wetherall. "Predictable
   802.11 Packet Delivery from Wireless Channel Measurements." ACM SIGCOMM,
   2010.

   Daniel Halperin, Wenjun Hu, Anmol Sheth, and David Wetherall. "802.11n With
   Multiple Antenna For Dummies." ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review
   (CCR), vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 19–25, January 2010.

   Eldad Perahia, Anmol Sheth, Thomas Kenney, Robert Stacey, and Daniel
   Halperin. "Investigation into the Doppler component of the IEEE 802.11n
   channel model." IEEE GLOBECOM -- Wireless Communications, 2010.

For more information, see our project website at:

   http://r.halper.in/url/csitool

Contact:

   Daniel Halperin   ---   dhalperi@cs.washington.edu
   Graduate Student, University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering
   http://r.halper.in/work
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