Turn off the nodes:

omf tell -a offh -t mob4-1
omf tell -a offh -t mob4-2

Load the nodes with images:

omf load -i -t mob4-2
omf load -i -t mob4-1

New images (Jan 3):

omf load -i -t mob4-2
omf load -i -t mob4-1

New images (Feb 13):

omf load -i -t mob4-2
omf load -i -t mob4-1

New images (Feb 14):

omf load -i -t mob4-2
omf load -i -t mob4-1

New images (Feb 18) same image for both nodes:

omf load -i -t mob4-1 -r 0
omf load -i -t mob4-2 -r 0

mob4-1 is the transmitter, and mob4-2 is the receiver.

Turn on the nodes:

omf tell -a on -t mob4-1
omf tell -a on -t mob4-2

Within the console, make sure the PAAMs are activated properly:


curl ""
curl ""
curl ""


curl ""
curl ""
curl ""

Now create two terminals. Terminal 1 will be used for mob4-1. Terminal 2 will be used for mob4-2.

Within Terminal 1, run:

ssh -Y root@mob4-1

Within Terminal 2, run:

ssh -Y root@mob4-2

Run /root/tx.grc and /root/rx.grc in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, respectively. Obtain the frequency plot shown below.

Now, we will run the beam-steering scripts being used for the NRDZ project.

Make sure to start the receiver first!

In Terminal 2, run:

root@mob4-2:~/rest# ./

In Terminal 1, run:

root@mob4-1:~/rest# ./

Within and, make sure you indicate the correct rfdev corresponding to the mobile node being used.

Exit the node and copy the data from mob4-2 to your console:

scp root@mob4-2:/mnt/test.bin .

Exit the console and copy the data from the SB1 console to your local computer:

scp .

Video of experiment

Data processing script

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