Omnet++ is a discrete event simulator to model various communication networks, multiprocessors, and other distributed or parallel system. We offer an Omnet++ network simulation project which is a software technique to program model which predict network behavior by calculating interaction among various network entities. We develop network simulation projects ensure substantial support to simulating TCP, routing and multicast protocol over wired and wireless networks for research scholars.
PLC for smart grid in Omnet++: We develop power line communications which operate in smart grid environment for academic projects. We use multipath propagation model and consider channel propagation delay effect by PLCTM technology.
Power line communications: We provide power line communication as three classes are:
- Broadband (BB).
- Ultra narrowband (UNB).
- Narrowband (NB).
Parameters for smart grid:
The parameters of this technology are
We implement the above technology with science direct journal papers.
Mobility model for wireless sensor networks: We categories various models and we implemented in more than 100 projects with OMNET++ simulation are:
Random walk mobility model: We move mobile node from current location to new target location randomly with new speed and direction.
Random direction mobility model: We use this model to avoid the concentration of mobile user at center of area.
Random waypoint model: We create this model by halt time due to change in speed or direction or both mobile user movement begin with start point which remain halt for certain period of time.
Gauss markov mobility model: We initialize every mobile user with speed and direction for fixed interval of time movement occurs to update speed and direction of each node.
Manhattan grid model: We use grid topology in which mobile users permitted to move only in horizontal or vertical direction.
Linear mobility model: We provide mobile user which moves in straight line with certain angle and angle changes when mobile user hit a wall which reflects off the wall at same angle.
Track mobility model: We implement this model based on connected dominating set (CDs) property of network graph mobility.
Mtrack mobility model: It is an extended version of TRACK mobility model.
Mobility model for body area network: It is a configurable mobility model to simulate wireless body area network.
Simulation tools used in mobility model: We use various tools to implement mobility model with various parameters to measure performance.
NS2: By NS2 we cannot simulate more than 100 nodes and produce problem in bandwidth and power consumption.
Oment++: It supports MAC and localized protocol which simulate power consumptions and channel control. We mainly implement OMNET++ simulation for M.S students and ensure an efficient result.