Upcoming Events

Live Colosseum Webinar
A Large-Scale Programmable Wireless Emulator for the Research Community
When: Friday, October 2nd, 12:00-2:30pm ET
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Status

Available to lead users: 04/20/2020
Number of users: 77, number of teams: 14 (September 2020)

Wireless Network Emulator

256 software-defined radios (SDRs) to emulate up to 65,536 100 MHz-RF channels

AI Playground

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning with hardware-in-the-loop support

Spectrum Sharing

Supports repeatable research on dynamic spectrum sharing

Scenarios

Create custom scenarios and terrains

Prototyping Platform

Emulate in a repeatable environment before experimenting in the wild over PAWR platforms

Open-Access

Researchers can access Colosseum through open APIs

 

Useful Links

Brochure

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Getting started

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Colosseum software

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About



Colosseum is a wireless emulator with 256 programmable software radios. It enables academic, government, and industry researchers to perform scalable and repeatable experimentation in wireless systems in a large-scale emulation environment. Learn more about Colosseum.



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Our Sponsors

National Science Foundation

National Science Foundation

Colosseum is supported by the NSF under grant CNS-1925601

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency