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Thoughts on Mobile Ad-hoc Network Testbeds

Author(s): Wolfgang Kiess, Stephan Zalewski, Andreas Tarp, Martin Mauve.
Title: Thoughts on Mobile Ad-hoc Network Testbeds
Published: Realman 2005: Proceedings of IEEE ICPS Workshop on Multi-hop Ad hoc Networks: from theory to reality, , pp. 93-100, Santorini, Greece, July 2005
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Abstract: Currently, several research groups seek to developappropriate tools and methodologies for real-worldexperiments on mobile ad-hoc networks. We argue thatthis should be done as a community effort rather thanas independent projects. Furthermore we present ourview on the functionality a good testbed should pro-vide based on reports from other research groups aswell as on our own experiences. This paper aims atstimulating a discussion, it is not meant to be a com-prehensive specification of requirements or a detailedworkplan.
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