can anyone help me how to get values of RTS, CTS, DATA and ACK packet size of
802.11 Ad hoc net. also i want to know the way to get SIFS and DIFS values.
please reply, urgent
I recently played around with the IEEE 802.11e EDCA Model from TKN
Berlin. I used ns 2.28. I enabled MAC tracing in their example script
'multi_udpflows.tcl' and set all UDP agents to priority 0.
Surprisingly there were no collisions in the trace file.
So, I disabled edca support [set
has anybody used, or tried to use the delaySamp_ object
that is provided with a queuemonitor object?
In the manual it states that this object can be used to measure queue delays
(page 76 of ns-manual).
It has two methods:
$queuemonitor get-delay-samples, which says it returns a
I have a question about compiling NS2.
When I replaced ../pgm/pgm-agent.cc with my own one, I recompile the source
code and encountered the following error.
trace/trace.cc: In member function `virtual void DequeTrace::recv(Packet*,
trace/trace.cc:567: warning: int
I probably have found a way to answer my own question which was posted
previously concerning the calculation of average queue delay and size with
After thorough study, I eventually found out what one has to do in order
to calculate the average queue delay and
Dear NS users
Is it somehow possible to have two different mobility models in the same
I have been looking on a few trace file generators and a number of research
articles, and I have been unable to find any of them, which used two different
kind of mobility in the same
I want to add a new module in ns2, I have created file.cc/h, but I don't
know how to create file.o (to put into makefile).
Can anybody help me with this? please it's important
Thanks in advance.
Hi to all,
The current ns-2 implementation has a problem in mis-identify the frames
sent from stations
located between carrier sense and transmission range of receivers as error
frames which will
cause significant throughput unfairness resulting in many wrong simulation
where do you want your Pick.o to be in- thats where you place your .h/cc
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2006 15:51:47 +0200
From: Bie New
Subject: [ns] how to make .o files
I am simulating Wireless network for IEEE 802.11standard. To analysis
the network, I have chosen delay, througput , SNR and BER parameters. Any
body can help me to calculate the SNR and BER value.
One more question. Any one tell how to set the value 'd' (no of
packets after which
I have simulated wireless network with 40 nodes. A node 1 is sending TCP
tranffic to Node 38 which is about 600 km distance. I have tried with DSR,
AODV, and DSDV routing protocol. I am interested in throughput and delay
analysis. DSDV protocol is working fine and I can get the thorughput at
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