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Wireless networks represent a challenging and ever growing research area. In these systems the interactions among the different network layers are very complex and their effects on the overall performance are not easy to accurately identify. Additionally, many simplifying assumptions considered in analytical studies do not hold in practise. Experimental activities involving the development of systems and device prototypes and the collection and analysis of measurements from actual networks can provide insight on the behaviour of such systems in realistic environments, which can be beneficial for understanding how cross-layer interactions impact in practise the overall performance, for deriving realistic simulation models, for analyzing particular phenomena and evaluating algorithms and protocols, and for exploring the design choices in building actual wireless networks. Such activities are pivotal for researchers, developers, service managers and providers, as well as for end users involved in the evolution of these networks.