AntSDR E200

A powerful, versatile, FPGA-based software-defined radio based on the ZYNQ and AD936x chipsets

Jun 13, 2023

Project update 4 of 9

Using Openwifi with AntSDR

by Aero, Chaochen Wei, Chao Jiang

In our previous updates, we introduced how to use AntSDR E200 with C/C++ API or Python API. In today’s update, let’s take a look at how AntSDR E200 supports the open-source projects: openwifi, which is a Linux mac80211 compatible full-stack IEEE802.11/Wi-Fi design based on SDR (Software Defined Radio).

Openwifi uses SDR to build a WiFi signal transceiver, and this update will walk you through the steps of using openwifi with AntSDR E200.

Steps required to run openwifi

{03-application-wifi-openwifi | small} This example demonstrates how to use AntSDR E200 to run the example of openwifi, and shows the ability of AntSDR E200 to be applied in actual interesting projects. For more information about openwifi, please refer to their GitHub repository.

DragonOS and openwifi

Along with this demo, we’d like to share this video of DragonOS running openwifi on the AntSDR E200. In this video, the creator uses AntSDR E200 in monitoring mode to observe surrounding WiFi signals.

We hope this helps to convey some of the potential use cases for AntSDR E200 using openwifi. Feel free to send us a message if you have any technical questions. We’re very grateful for the support we’ve received so far. If you haven’t already, please help us bring our project to life! We are offering our boards at a special campaign pricing, so pre-order yours today.

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AntSDR E200 is part of AMD FPGA Playground

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