EMANE (Extendable Mobile Ad-hoc Network Emulator) is an open source framework which provides wireless network experimenters with a highly flexible modular environment for use during the design, development and testing of simple and complex network architectures. EMANE uses a physical layer model to account for signal propagation, antenna profile effects and interference sources in order to provide a realistic environment for wireless experimentation. Individual radio model plugins are used to emulate the lowest layers of a waveform and can be combined with existing Software Defined Radio (SDR) implementations to enable shared code emulation.
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