NetSim military radio network library allows users to simulate battlefield communications covering voice, video and data transmissions over HF/UHF/VHF radios running MANET waveforms. These use-cases can range from simple hand-held radios, to vehicular radios, to aeronautical radios.
A Mobile Adhoc Network (MANET) is an autonomous system of mobile nodes. Such networks have dynamic (sometimes rapidly changing), random, multihop topologies which are composed of relatively bandwidth-constrained wireless links. MANETs must therefore support efficient operation in mobile wireless environments by incorporating routing functionality into mobile nodes.
Additional options for DTDMA
DTDMA Slot Planner
Slot planner is used to pre-define the slot allocation pattern for the nodes in the network.
Based on the configuration done, slots will be allocated to the devices. Multiple/continuous slots can be allocated to the same device
Learn more about DTDMA slot planner
Mobility describes the movement pattern of mobile users, and how their location, velocity and acceleration change over time
Path Loss Models
Source Code: Protocol Source C code with DLL interfacing for simulation in the loop debugging.
Background: Grid / Map
Network Metrics, Link metrics Application metrics, Protocol Specific metrics for each protocol, and
Metrics include throughputs, Delays, Data & control packet information and protocol specific Results
Graphical plots over time for link and application throughputs and TCP congestion window
Detailed Packet Trace (All Components)
Detailed Event Trace (All Components)
Dynamic Metrics: Dynamic metrics allows users to monitor the value of a parameter over simulation time.
Command Line Interface – CLI