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Using NEMO to Extend the Functionality of MANETs. / McCarthy, Ben; Edwards, Christopher; Dunmore, Martin.

IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops, 2008. ICC Workshops '08.. IEEE, 2008. p. 455-460.

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McCarthy, B, Edwards, C & Dunmore, M 2008, Using NEMO to Extend the Functionality of MANETs. in IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops, 2008. ICC Workshops '08.. IEEE, pp. 455-460. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCW.2008.92

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McCarthy, B., Edwards, C., & Dunmore, M. (2008). Using NEMO to Extend the Functionality of MANETs. In IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops, 2008. ICC Workshops '08. (pp. 455-460). IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICCW.2008.92

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McCarthy B, Edwards C, Dunmore M. Using NEMO to Extend the Functionality of MANETs. In IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops, 2008. ICC Workshops '08.. IEEE. 2008. p. 455-460 doi: 10.1109/ICCW.2008.92

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McCarthy, Ben ; Edwards, Christopher ; Dunmore, Martin. / Using NEMO to Extend the Functionality of MANETs. IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops, 2008. ICC Workshops '08.. IEEE, 2008. pp. 455-460

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