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In this paper two software implementations of a mobile peer-to-peer communication environment (PeerHood) are compared. The basic properties of the environment are first identified and then the implementations are presented. First one of the implementations is based on Linux operating system and is implemented on HP/Compaq iPAQ devices. This implementation is compared to the PeerHood implementation on Symbian OS based mobile phones. Due to limitations of the Symbian environment and devices some properties has been left out in mobile phone environment, but it still has certain similarities with the Linux implementation. Ref: Arto Hämäläinen, Petri Hiirsalmi and Jari Porras: “Comparison of Linux and Symbian Based Implementations of Mobile Peer-to-Peer Environment”, The 13th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM 2005), 2005. Availability: Comparison of Linux and Symbian Based Implementations of Mobile Peer-to-Peer Environment