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Multi-Interface Extensions for PLC / Wireless Simulator

@inproceedings{Pignolet2012MultiInterfaceEF,
  title={Multi-Interface Extensions for PLC / Wireless Simulator},
  author={Yvonne Anne Pignolet and Ilias Rinis and Dacfey Dzung and Abdulkadir Karaagac},
  year={2012}
}
Many communication networks consist of legacy and new devices using heterogeneous technologies, such as copper wire, optical fiber, wireless and power line communication (PLC). Most network simulators and routing solutions, however, have been designed to work well with a single underlying link layer technology. Furthermore, there are hardly any suitable models for network simulators of PLC. In this paper we present extensions of the Contiki OS network simulator Cooja: A device may support… 

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