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WiSH-WalT: A Framework for Controllable and Reproducible LoRa Testbeds

Abstract : —In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of WiSH-WalT, a framework for controllable and reproducible LoRa testbeds. The implementation of the WiSHFUL unified interface provides the means for controlling and adapting the LoRa parameters to given conditions and low energy consumption by configuring transmission power, spreading factor, bandwidth, and error coding rate. WalT provides support for running reproducible experiments based on the deployment of docker images on a distributed set of nodes. Put together, the functionalities of WiSHFUL and WalT open new possibilities for deploying reproducible LoRa testbeds. We have used WiSH-WalT to experiment with adaptive configuration of the LoRa parameters and evaluated the communication performance of LoRa motes in a setup with several gateways.
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Qasim Lone, Etienne Duble, Franck Rousseau, Ingrid Moerman, Spilios Giannoulis, et al.. WiSH-WalT: A Framework for Controllable and Reproducible LoRa Testbeds. IEEE PIMRC, Sep 2018, Bologna, Italy. ⟨hal-01835904⟩



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