CorteXlab: A facility for testing cognitive radio networks in a reproducible environment

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While many theoretical and simulation works have highlighted the potential gains of cognitive radio, several technical issues still need to be evaluated from an experimental point of view. Deploying complex heterogeneous system scenarios is tedious, time consuming and hardly reproducible. To address this problem, we have developed a new experimental… (More)

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@article{Cardoso2014CorteXlabAF, title={CorteXlab: A facility for testing cognitive radio networks in a reproducible environment}, author={Leonardo S. Cardoso and Abdelbassat Massouri and Benjamin Guillon and Paul Ferrand and Florin Hutu and Guillaume Villemaud and Tanguy Risset and Jean-Marie Gorce}, journal={2014 9th International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communications (CROWNCOM)}, year={2014}, pages={503-507} }