ERRANT: Realistic Emulation of Radio Access Networks

by   Martino Trevisan, et al.

Mobile networks have become ubiquitous, but running experiments on them is expensive and hard, given their complexity and diversity. Emulation can be the solution, and, with ERRANT, we offer a realistic emulator of mobile networks based on a large measurement campaign on European Mobile Network Operators. It improves the current situation, where tools and emulators only implement pre-defined profiles, with built-in parameters, which are not supported with real measurements.



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