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dc.contributor.refereeHantscher, Sebastian-
dc.contributor.authorRabsilber, Marc-
dc.description.abstractThe experimental research on wireless technologies demands full access to all network layers. Pre-built hardware solutions offer, if any, only limited access to these layers. Alternative choices are software defined radios, which feature RF-hardware and reprogrammable components for a wide array of applications. In this thesis, the software defined radio USRP X310 from Ettus is used to emulate the occupation of the wireless transmission medium by communication systems like those specified by IEEE 802.11. Its ability to influence communication systems in a defined manner has been examined. Therefore, the occupation in frequency, time and transmission power has been tested and compared to the performance of a vector signal generator, which features designated hardware. The used hardware in the USRP X310 is designed for a wider range of applications. In comparison to the designated and more expensive hardware of the vector signal generator, this range comes with generally poorer RF-properties. A few aspects to regardare shown in this master thesis.eng
dc.publisherHochschulbibliothek, Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal-
dc.titleErstellung von Interferenzprofilen mithilfe einer Software Defined Radio Plattformger
dc.typeMaster Thesis-
local.publisher.universityOrInstitutionHochschule Magdeburg-Stendal-
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