5G Simulation Software

5G Simulation Software

5G simulation software gives significant applications among researchers to evaluate the performance of their 5G projects. We are getting researchers to have better ideas on the simulation of 5G research projects. The fifth-generation (5G) mobile communication technology is designed to provide several features as high-speed data transmission, reduced latency, and increased reliability.

The following are different aspects of 5G simulation software that you should know.

  • GATE level simulation (time accuracy)
  • RTL simulation (cycle-accurate)
  • Transaction level modeling (cycle approximate)
  • Data flow simulation (functional accurate

The above aspects give an increasing range of flexibility and observability in abstraction and accuracy levels.


The fantastic and fascinating purpose for which 5G technology is used is mainly attributed to its components. The following are such important components of the 5G network.

  • Less latency of about 1 millisecond
  • The mobile broadband services have a very high speed
    • Uplink – five to ten GB per second
    • Download link – ten to twenty GB per second
  • It forms a scalable network that is greatly reliable

Our experts are helping out in-depth research in 5G technology that ranges from basic experimentation to advanced optimization. We make efforts to bring out the proofs and results of field tests.

5G Simulation Software Details

We have gained great knowledge by guiding researches in the following aspects in 5G.

  • Implementations in real-life situations
  • The lack of present-day technologies for illustrated
  • The capacity with which 5G can be used to enhance today’s technologies
  • Integrated solutions to different frameworks and platforms
  • The method of obtaining desired functions by using testbeds
  • Service level agreements
  • Solutions using new technologies and reliable prototypes

We are helping out researchers cover a wide range of applications with 5G technology. We ensure order to meet the demands of 5G in a great way. Now let us talk about the technologies that gain an advantage due to 5G.

This article will give you a complete picture of the 5G simulation, where we will start with the different components in a 5G network.



Major technical challenges of present-day technologies can be overcome using 5G networks. The 5G wireless communication technology provides a lot of significance to both present and future research in many fields. The following are the technologies that can be enhanced using 5G

  • Millimeter-wave communication
  • Architectures for non-terrestrial applications
  • Massive input-output system (technology of antenna design)
  • Hardware and software systems that are supportive to 5G
  • Management and building the architecture of core network 
  • Services and areas of applications involving 5G
  • Network slicing
  • Cybersecurity in 5G networks
  • Applications based on optics

Studies have shown that the applications of 5G can be expanded beyond our imagination. Through our service on 5G simulation software, we offer research support to solve any kind of issues associated with it. 

We have also got a commercial arm through which we support users regarding any implementation issues in 5G technology. What are the areas in which 5G is used prominently? Let us see the answer below. The simulation tools are used for analyzing the performance of your project. By such an analysis, you can get a good idea of the enhancement of your project. The following are the uses of various 5G simulation tools.


Our technical experts are ready to give you any advice on this 5G simulation software from basics to advanced level.

  • Examination of designing 5G network (applications)
  • Implementation and design of advanced industrial applications
  • Application instances for different innovations (along with architecture)
  • Strategies for successful 5G implementation
  • Models of systems along with use cases
  • Propagation model in 5G (plan and design)
  • Diversification of 5G core services
  • Understanding the different approaches for deploying various networks

With our alliances with the world’s top research experts, we will give you complete support on all aspects of your research. Having an idea of the technologies enabled by 5G is important for your research. Now let us see about such technologies below.


Our experts have guided many projects based on many innovations of 5G in various domains for example IoT, Edge Computing, UAV Vehicle, Cloud Computing Projects, Hybrid beamforming. The following technologies are enhanced using 5G networks.

  • CRAN based cloud computing (enabled by 5G, 6G, and B5G)
  • Massive MIMO (Next Generation Networks)
  • 5G, 6G, and B5G network signal processing
  • Network Slicing
  • Backhaul and fronthaul
  • Applications on harvesting energy¬†
  • Multiple access (non-orthogonal)
  • Privacy and security issues and Cognitive radio networks
  • Network caching, Internet of things (IoT), and Satellite Communication
  • Heterogeneous networks
  • Edge computing applications (mobile)
  • UAV Communication¬†
  • Efficient allocation of resources and communication among devices¬†

Researchers have remarked that many other domains require the use of 5G technology. Our technical experts have also verified this claim. They have reiterated that the applications of 5G wireless networks for various day-to-day applications can be potentially harnessed using different simulation tools.

So it becomes important for any researcher to be well-versed in using one or more of the available simulation software. Let us see some of the important 5G simulation software below. 


Our engineers have guided projects in almost all of the below-mentioned 5G simulation software. You can take a look into it and approach us for more details on the ways in which we worked with that software.

As said before, you can get research support on all the above simulators for 5G. We will now provide you with some ideas on one of the important simulation tools: the Vienna 5G system-level simulator.

 The following are the important characteristics of Vienna 5G Simulation Software

  • Monte Carlo simulations are used for the evaluation of the mean performance of the big size networks
  • Enormous users, devices, base stations, and equipment are used 
  • For MATLAB simulation, Object Orient Programming (OOP) is made very flexible
  • The Matrix-like throughput and signal-to-noise ratio is efficiently evaluated
  • It aids in transmission along with downlink

The simulation can be used simultaneously to evaluate different types of blockages, users, and base stations. The network elements involved in the simulator tool includes the following

  • Buildings (along with blockages)
  • Uses of different types (pedestrians vehicles and uses at the Indoor situations)
  • Cells of different types (Femto, Pico, and micro)
  • Parallelization is allowed (for multiple cores)
  • LTE – A compliance supported
  • It can be used in both link-level and system level

In order to give you a divergent perspective on the tool, we will provide you some more details on its functioning and usefulness at the link and system levels separately below.

Now let us see in detail about the link-level simulation using VCCS

  • Cellular networks on a small scale can be simulated accurately
  • Modeling channels on the basis of Doppler and tap delay models
  • Modeling of path loss can be avoided
  • The geometry of the network is also not quite important
  • Waveform transmission is implemented openly (on the basis of time for sampling)
  • Loss of path is determined prior. 
  • Signal to noise ratio value of the average result is obtained

Our developers have worked well with Vienna simulation tools for most of the research projects that we guided. Let us see about the Vienna simulation at the level of the system,

  • Simulation of a large network is all allowed
  • Different models for path loss are also present
  • LLS input is required for link performance model abstraction
  • BS and user placement is geometrically placed
  • Calculation of SINR based on path loss and geometry

The network elements are usually placed in regions where the results on interference are obtained reliably. So the geometry of the network involved in the simulation can be of different types, as mentioned below.

  • Predefined model
  • Based on the trajectory of the user
  • Uniformity in PPP
  • Manhattan grid
  • Gauss cluster
  • The cluster which is uniform
  • Grid in hexagonal form

Any simulation tool is assessed based on its propagation model too. The effects of propagation incorporated into a model are based on different properties, as mentioned below

  • Effect of the objects acting as blockages
  • The pattern of the antenna
  • Path loss on a large scale
  • Small scale fading
  • Shadow fading

The parameters for transmission is usually flexible to the structure of the frame, which depends on the following

  • Spacing of subcarrier
  • Intervals between the symbols

Our experts have gathered user experience and research resources based on the research works like thesis, projects, paper, etc., for which their guidance is rendered. We gained enough professional advancement by making your customers feel the personal ascension in their research. There are also many other simulation tools that are more suitable to be used as 5G simulation software. Our developers and engineers will provide you with the literary research details and technical details on these simulators efficiently.

Different simulation Tools

  • NetSim 
    • The position of the station relative to each other in the network is determined
    • Modeling of signal propagation in a realistic manner
    • Detection of Collision is handled properly
  • OMNET++
    • It plays a significant role in the determination of the following
      • Jitter
      • Delay
      • Loss of Packets
    • Queuing services is handled with priority
    • Works on the basis of round Robin protocol
    • Supports FIFO, LIFO
  • QualNet 
    • Different protocols can be evaluated efficiently
  • GloMosim
    • The protocols for or wireless network are evaluated
    • It also helps in the analysis of Mac protocols
  • NS 2
    • It helps in the following
      • Queuing
      • Routing
      • Multicasting
      • Overloading
  • Shubra VE
    • The following can be easily analyzed using this simulation tool
      • Packet loss
      • Constraints in bandwidth
      • Jitter and delay
  • GTNets
    • The following parameters are well analyzed using GTNets
      • Tracking the packages
      • Methods for queuing
      • Analytical methods based on statistics
      • Generation of random numbers

In general, any network simulator has to ensure the following aspects of a research

  • Events and packet logging (for debugging and analysis – drill-down)
  • Packet flow visualization
  • The traffic flow among nodes
  • Evaluating any protocol and the design of different devices
  • The metrics used for analyzing the network performance is provided as output
  • Network topology is modeled based on nodes and links

Real-time models on different simulation tools can give you a better idea of their uses. We will provide you enough details on the current trending simulators that researchers around the world are using. Our developers will direct you to attend the most needed seminars and research meetings on your topic so that you can gain better field knowledge.

The performance of the project that you designed has to be measured based on certain parameters. Let us see about such important performance metrics below.


The following are the metrics that can be used to analyze the performance of any 5G network projects

  • MAC protocol
  • The capacity of the channel in MB per second
  • Size of the packets in bytes
  • Broadcast timer in seconds
  • Size of beacon message in bytes
  • Speed of generating packets per second
  • Interface queue
  • Range of transmission in meter (maximum level)
  • Type of packet
  • Beacon period in seconds
  • Rate of peak data
  • Efficiency of spectrum
  • Latency (in user plane)
  • User data rate (cell edge)
  • Life of the battery (UE)
  • Terminal cost
  • Huge connection
  • Density (capacity of the network)
  • Latency in the control plane
  • The efficiency of energy usage in energy per bit
  • Availability, Reliability, and Mobility

 If you like to know about 5G Simulation software reach our experts to clear your doubts. The projects designed by our experts grabbed the attention of many researchers around the world due to their excellence in all the above aspects. We will provide you the design and details of our projects once you interact with us. With your knowledge supported by our experience, you can quickly achieve your research objectives. Connect with us for more details.

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NS2 75 117 95
NS3 98 119 206
OMNET++ 103 95 87
OPNET 36 64 89
QULANET 30 76 60
MININET 71 62 74
MATLAB 96 185 180
LTESIM 38 32 16
CONTIKI OS 42 36 29
GNS3 35 89 14
NETSIM 35 11 21
EVE-NG 4 8 9
TRANS 9 5 4
PEERSIM 8 8 12
RTOOL 13 15 8
VNX and VNUML 8 7 8
WISTAR 9 9 8
CNET 6 8 4
ESCAPE 8 7 9
VIRL 9 9 8
SWAN 9 19 5
JAVASIM 40 68 69
SSFNET 7 9 8
TOSSIM 5 7 4
PSIM 7 8 6
ONESIM 5 10 5
DIVERT 4 9 8
TINY OS 19 27 17
TRANS 7 8 6
CONSELF 7 19 6
ARENA 5 12 9
VENSIM 8 10 7
NETKIT 6 8 7
GEOIP 9 17 8
REAL 7 5 5
NEST 5 10 9

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