ANDRO recently installed a new dedicated software-defined radio lab used for development and demonstration of ongoing ANDRO programs. The lab is currently equipped with 17 USRP radios from Ettus which are primarily used for development and research using the GNU Radio platform. The test bed includes a variety of USRP models ranging from the original USRP-1 to the new X-series. In addition to the USRP test bed the lab is also equipped with a number of Raspberry Pi computers mated together with RTL-SDRs used for experimentation with distributed low-cost sensors. Most of the radios are suspended from the ceiling in a professionally installed cable tray system allowing the ANDRO team to easily reconfigure the testbed in order to simulate a variety of network scenarios. New equipment is arriving in the lab on a regular basis as ANDRO's technology is transitioned to robust, real-world wireless platforms.