Understanding Wireless Networks

Description: As part of Ad Hoc Systems Course taught by Dr. Sanjit Kaul, I completed a couple of projects related to networking.

  1. The first project was linked to the concept of MIMO (Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output) in which we need to find out best “k” antennas in our neighborhood. An antenna is best for me which contains a maximum number of packets which were not captured by my antenna. “k” varied from 1 to 4. We collected the data during the classroom.
  2. Another project was to find noise in the AC ducts of MUC wing of Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIITD). We kept two laptops, where one acted as a sender and other as a receiver, at multiple distances to study the variation of SNR values.

Technologies Used: MATLAB (Data processing), Wireshark (Data collection), Python (Data preprocessing)

Teammate: Anil Sharma

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