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We present USC SDR, a wireless platform designed for easy-to-program, high data rate, real time wireless experimentation. The design of our platform aims at removing most of the bottlenecks encountered in the design of current software radio architectures, e.g. the requirement to program new schemes in an FPGA, and the difficulty to run real-time(More)
Wireless sensor networks are increasingly being deployed in real-world applications ranging from energy monitoring to water-level measurement. To better integrate with existing network infrastructure, they are being designed to communicate using IPv6. The current de-facto standard for routing in IPv6-based sensor networks is the shortest-path-based RPL,(More)
Sequence-based localization (SBL) is a technique whereby a node is localized based on the ranked sequence of signal strengths obtained from a set of beacon nodes. SBL effectively partitions the area into regions corresponding to unique ranked sequences. Prior work has developed SBL under the assumption that all beacons have the same transmit power. In this(More)
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