[ns] wireless interference studies
Fri, 28 Apr 2000 17:24:00 -0700
ns has a simple model for packet interference - if the receive power of 2
packets received at a node (computed using the propagation model) are within
10 db of each other, both packets are dropped. By two different wireless
systems, do you mean 2 different modulation schemes (like Direct Sequence and
Frequency Hopping)? If so, such schemes are not currently modeled. Please look
at Chapter 15 in ns manual for more information on the current implementation.
> hi all,
> i'd like to know if NS has the capability to run two different wireless
> systems in the same simulation. from what little i know, it appears that it
> doesn't. my intention is to study interference due to two unrelated systems
> sharing the 'air' and the spectrum.
> if NS doesnt have this capability, does someone know of a simulator that
> does? or does anybody know if someone is working on extending NS in this
> finally, is there any intention/ongoing development to support bluetooth
> in NS?
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