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The open Wireless Network Simulator (openWNS) is an open source simulation platform for wireless and multi-cellular mobile communication systems (e.g. UMTS, WiMAX, WLAN). Our goal is to develop an open source system level simulation platform (openWNS) for performance evaluation and comparison of ... [More]
The WiMAC is the IEEE 802.16 module of the openWNS platform. The module supports the OFDMA physical layer, connection amanagement, packet and resource scheduling.
CRANES (Context- & Resource-Adaptive Network-Embedded Sensors) is an extension framework for the JiST/SWANS (Java in Simulation Time / Scalable Wireless Ad hoc Network Simulator) discrete event simulator and aims to provide a simulation framework for wireless sensor networks. It is based on the ... [More]
Bit Level Simple Simulator -- BLeSS, is a simple bit level wireless network simulator. It is a discrete event driven simulator, written in C. And it make uses of GSL, ComLinC, IT++ etc. It is designed to be extensible and easy to use with OO-concepts. Since nowadays most network simulators ... [More]
This site is destined to distributed different tools to provide security mechanisms for wireless networks. For example, distribute an implementation of the Watchdog mechanism and the Reputation mechanism ready to be use in your network.
A wireless network simulator, written in Java, aiming at easy scenario building, easy extension design and decentralized, network-layer simulations. More details will come later on.
SUNSHINE (Sensor Unified aNalyzer for Software and Hardware In Networked Environments) is a co-simulator to support joint evaluation and design of sensor hardware and software in a networked context.
SimMobil is a wireless network simulator that has been developped for 2 years at INSA Rennes, France as a student project. Our goal is to implement several kind of wireless networks : infrastructured, ad hoc, hybrid, sensor networks along route and sleeping algorithms in a simulator. The application ... [More]