ERRANT: Realistic Emulation of Radio Access Networks

06/11/2021
by   Martino Trevisan, et al.
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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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