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Experiments performed on a network provide an exact performance of network algorithms and protocols. While initial research ideas can be evaluated through analysis, simulations, and emulations, implementation and deployment of these ideas on a realistic environment helps in systematically identifying and addressing many practical problems that systems typically encounter. There is no substitute for a real life environment to capture the complexity of multipath and fading that is inherent to wireless. Therefore, understanding wireless environments requires extensive prototyping and experimentation, in order to uncover new insights that lead to improvements in system design.
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