About 80211_mac.tar.gz

Hi,

I see from the mailing list in May 5th, 2009 that Ben Yahmed report
using
the 80211_mac.tar.gz and it works. Does anyone know what version of GNU
Radio can this script work? Does it only for USRP2?

I noticed that there are many version of simple_mac.py in this file?
Does
anyone know the differences between them?

Thanks

Chen

Here is his mail:

->Hi all,

-> I succeeded to make the simple_mac.py working. now it’s pinging
-> correctly but with a huge loss ratio. At first I disabled the carrier
-> sense functions but after I reactivated them but I’m not sure these
-> functions are working. I attached the 80211_mac folder so any
suggestion
-> or amelioration is welcome. I used this command line to run the
python
-> file: ./simple_mac.py -S 8 -v

-> I also hard_coded my mac adress so you need to change it before use.

Hi, Thierry

I noticed that in this directory, simple_mac.py need the script of
bbn802_11b.py and bbn802_11b_pkt.py, but these two script are not in
this
directory. Are these two script from the USRP2 version of bbn code from
cgran?

Thanks,

Chen

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Hi Thierry,

There are three version of bbn code: the original, the douglias version
and
usrp2 version. These three versions all have these two script. So which
version is right for the simple_mac.py

I have modified the simple_mac.py in the original bbn code and it works
for
the usrp. But it seems that the txpath and rxpath is from the class of
usrp_transmite_path and usrp_receive_path, not from the bbn 80211
module. It
is like the tunnel.py in the gnuradio directory.

I noticed that in 80211_mac.tar.gz, the simple_mac.py’s txpath and
rxpath
use the bbn transmitting and receiving module, which is different from
the
simple_mac.py in the original version. Do you know these differences?

Thanks

Chen

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