Projects on Network simulator is a modern technology applied for various purposes in various fields such as science and engineering. In that, We offer projects in network simulation tool to validate distributed protocol performance or develop an algorithm for virtual and real-time specification for PhD students.
We provide open-source projects on network simulator with various efforts and package to simulate a new network. And also We use network simulation projects for academic researchers and college students.
We categorize various networks below based on some criteria are,
We also consider some simulator as a commercial which does not provide source code of the software to generate users for free. Examples of this simulator are OPNET.
We also ensure advantages in the commercial simulator are,
In this simulator, everything is open, and also everyone can access open-source network benefits. Examples of this simulator are NS2, NS3, and OMNET++.
We attain advantages are,
Now, more number of simulators is available from the simple one to a complex one. We provide a simple network simulator that enables the user to represent network topology, network node specification. And also various scenario definitions, create links among nodes, traffic management among nodes. A complicated system permits the user to visualize the simulated working environment. We have PhD Expert mentor to guide to develop projects on network simulator.
We implement opnet simulator mainly for paper taken from Springer journals. So We provide opnet as registered commercial software, which is most popular in network simulator. In that, We ensure special environment opnet for network research and development. We also enhance opnet as a flexible simulator for the commercial network, protocol, device, and application. And also, We ensure opnet as powerful visual or graphical support for users.
We implement the following characteristics in Opnet are,
NS2 is a discrete event network simulator and open-source, popular network simulator for network research. We program NS2 by C++ and OTCL language. By NS2, we separate control implementation from data plane implementation.
We adopt the following features are,
We provide NS3 an open-source discrete-event network simulator to ensure a graphical simulation environment for networks. And also We design NS3 to replace the popular simulation tool NS2. NS3 does not ensure backward compatibility with NS2.
We implement the following features are,
We ensure OMNET++ an open-source, component-based simulator with graphical user interface support. OMNET++ components are referred to as modules and programmed by C++. And also We assemble components into large components and models by high-level language.
We attain the following features in OMNET++ are,
We also developed more than 100 projects with every above-mentioned simulator for various applications.
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