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Moving Beyond Testbeds? Lessons (We) Learned about Connectivity

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Abstract

How realistic is the connectivity in a testbed? The question determines whether a protocol that performs well in a testbed also works in a real-world environment. We answer this question by gathering 11 datasets, a total of 2,873,156 connectivity measurements, on both testbeds and real-world deployments. We determine that real-world deployments feature some quantifiable level of external interference, multi-path fading and dynamics in the environment. We further show that some testbeds do not have all three components. We develop a 5-point checklist to assess the realism of a testbed deployments and introduce the visual "waterfall plot" tool to instantaneously evaluate the connectivity characteristics of a deployment.
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hal-01968647 , version 1 (02-01-2019)

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Keoma Brun-Laguna, Pedro Henrique Gomes, Thomas Watteyne, Pascale Minet. Moving Beyond Testbeds? Lessons (We) Learned about Connectivity. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 2018. ⟨hal-01968647⟩
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