This dataset was collected by Tarence Rice from Rice University, at the university football stadium. In this project, we conducted a channel sounding measurement of uplink packets from a Drone to Massive MIMO. We use ASTRO, a framework for autonomous drones, and we've added a RENEW SDR to it. Before you use the datasets, please read the Data Copyright and License Agreement below.
We completed a measurement campaign of the drone hovering at 20m over five locations. These locations are mapped using GPS locations from the Pixhawk flight controller used from the ASTRO drone platform:
Collection of the Massive MIMO data set missed three antennas. We zeroed out those locations within our dataset when processing allowing us to keep our spacing/structure (Test were done to understand the effects of this, where it was only a 1 to 2 degree range of error influenced).
Below are attributes of the RENEW-Argos V3 Massive-MIMO test bed.
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