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World’s First Fully Programmable and Launch-Source Wide-MIMO Platform

Argos became first developed at Rice in 2011 as a 64-antenna hideous put, turning into the first Wide MIMO hideous put ever built. Since then, Argos has developed with two more fresh versions. The most authorized model of Argos (ArgosV3) has been already deployed spherical Rice campus as part of the ArgosNet mission. Argosv3, now identified as Faros, is developed by Skylark Wi-fi and now commercially on hand.

The RENEW platform honest is to back three aims:
1) Mix and deploy on the POWDER platform, on the College of Utah campus and areas across the campus.
2) Empower personalized testbeds, the usage of Iris and Faros, to permit new gains.
3) Work carefully with other launch-source efforts, adore OpenAirInterface, to empower next-generation of wi-fi instruments.

The RENEW team will be part of the 1st global workshop on launch instrument outlined wi-fi networks (colocated with MobiSys 2020)>>Undercover agent more

Our team is launching the RENEW Guests Program absorbing the neighborhood to return to Rice to work with us on the wide MIMO platform>>Undercover agent more

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