Updates

July 2022

The AERPAW Data-and-Compute Store has successfully migrated to a different physical facility within NC State, and the AERPAW Web Portal is being revamped to make the Experimenter’s workflow easier and more efficient.
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June 2022

The construction for the four towers in Lake Wheeler has been in progress. Also, AERPAW hosted around 20 students on June 25 that were visiting NC State for a four-day Radar and Electronic Warfare Workshop.
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May 2022

The towers were delivered to be installed in our Lake Wheeler phase 2 sites and we had our first helikite flight, which served both as a training for the team as well as an opportunity to collect spectrum data at our field at different altitudes.
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April 2022

The AERPAW team has been supporting several of our users during the past month. You may find snapshots from some of the exciting work by Vasilii Semkin using their 60 GHz mmWave radar developed at VTT Finland for UAV/UGV detection and tracking, and by Matteo Drago on MIMO communications with UAVs and UGVs in their LinkedIn profiles.
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March 2022

The AERPAW team presented an overview of its platform capabilities and initial results related to national radio dynamic zones (NRDZs) during an NSF NRDZ webinar on March 16, 2022.
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February 2022

The AERPAW team participated in the workshop on Future Networks Testbed Requirements, Challenges and Opportunities, organized and hosted by the IEEE Future Networks community.
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January 2022

A paper explaining the usage model of AERPAW, and tracing it to the requirements and constraints of the platform, was accepted in the IEEE INFOCOM Workshop on Computer and Networking Experimental Research using Testbeds (CNERT), organized in conjunction with Infocom 2022.
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