News

  1. Addition of a new video on LTE waveform
  2. Addition of a new 3-D Graphic by Nikita Sharakhov
  3. Virginia Tech Welcomes New Testbed Manager Dr. Vuk Marojevic

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CORNET is partially supported by NSF awards 0520418, 0851400, and 1156503, by the Defense University Research Infrastructure Program (DURIP), and by Virginia Tech's Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science (ICTAS).  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation, DURIP, or ICTAS.

 

Welcome to CORNET!

 

 

For a full screen version (complete with Help Menu) please visit http://filebox.vt.edu/users/sharni/Radio/help.html

 

The Cognitive Radio Network Testbed (CORNET) is a collection of 48 software-defined radio nodes deployed within a four-story building, Kelly Hall, on Virginia Tech's main campus. CORNET is an open-source platform for research and education in cognitive radio and related fields. It provides a unique collection of resources through a combination of flexible RF front ends, open-source software and FCC experimental licenses.


The CORNET nodes are remotely accessible. Register here for setting up an account and start using CORNET.


Note: This 3-D graphic was designed by Nikita Sharakhov using WebGL. You must use either Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, or Opera to view the 3-D Graphic. IE9 will support WebGL with the additional plug-ins InstantReality plug inFlash 11, or Chrome Frame. Use your mouse to rotate the graphic for a complete view of the testbed floors and nodes.

 

Static floor plan schematics are also available:

First Floor

Second Floor

Third Floor

Fourth Floor