A realistic military scenario and emulation environment for experimenting with tactical communications and heterogeneous networks

@article{Suri2016ARM,
  title={A realistic military scenario and emulation environment for experimenting with tactical communications and heterogeneous networks},
  author={Niranjan Suri and Anders Rantzer and Jan Nilsson and Piotr Lubkowski and Kelvin Marcus and Mariann Hauge and King Leong Lee and Boyd Buchin and Levent Misirhoglu and Markus Peuhkuri},
  journal={2016 International Conference on Military Communications and Information Systems (ICMCIS)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-8}
}
Emulation environments are an effective approach to experimenting with and evaluating network protocols, algorithms, and components. This paper describes a joint effort by the NATO Science & Technology Organization's IST-124 task group to develop and distribute an emulation environment and scenario. The most significant contribution is a vetted and militarily-realistic scenario that provides a rich combination of elements for experimentation. The scenario includes detailed mobility patterns for… CONTINUE READING

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