OMNET++ is an object oriented discrete event simulation framework. We offer OMNET++ simulation academic projects to solve various network and problems. We ensure an infrastructure and tools to write simulations. We run OMNET++ simulation in various interfaces such as animating user interface, Graphical user interface to demonstrate and to rectify errors and command line interface for batch execution.
WSN Models in OMNET++ Simulation:
We support students and use various models by OMNET++ to analyze the performance of wireless sensor Network are:
- Power consumption and battery powered lifetime is achieved.
- WSN consume the supplied voltage.
Benefits of MWSN OMNET++ Simulation:
We attain the benefits are:
- Hop Message Minimized.
- To Preserve Data Integrity Communication Pathway Enhanced.
- Channel Capacity.
Application of MWSN:
We supported and developed more than 90+ projects in MWSN and we mentioned some applications are:
- Controlling Devices.
- Military Applications.
- Surveillance Activities.
- Monitoring Communication
- Intelligence Activities.
. It’s splitted into various groups as reception and collision.
- Environment Support.
- Connectivity and Mobility.
- Protocol Library.
- Environment Model.
Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Network in OMNET++:
We implement wireless and mobile network in OMNET++ by using a framework Mixim for B.Tech projects. It ensure a detailed about models and protocols with infrastructure support
Mixim Based Model in OMNET++ Simulation:
We support this model for wireless communication system for radio channels and physical layer.
We support this model by represent node with protocol stack and model with isotropic radiators in wireless device.
Simulation is performed in limited area in which nodes and objects placed.
We use this model, and connected by wires to perform simulation. The channel among nodes acts as a broadcast medium.
Wireless Channel Model:
We implement this model as time variant factors for signal to noise ratio of received signal which derived from Science Direct papers.
Physical Layer Model:
In this layer, forward error correction and decoding functions define bit error rate and system throughput.