Introducing probabilistic radio propagation models in OMNeT++ mobility framework and cross validation check with NS-2

@inproceedings{Kuntz2008IntroducingPR,
  title={Introducing probabilistic radio propagation models in OMNeT++ mobility framework and cross validation check with NS-2},
  author={Andreas Kuntz and Felix Schmidt-Eisenlohr and O. Graute and Hannes Hartenstein and Martina Zitterbart},
  booktitle={SimuTools},
  year={2008}
}
When performing wireless network simulations, the lack of precise channel modeling in simulator frameworks becomes a serious problem. Often deterministic models are used for packet propagation, which describe real conditions insufficiently. To close this gap we extended the OMNeT++ Mobility Framework to support probabilistic propagation models. We provide an implementation for the Log-NormalShadowing, Nakagami, Rayleigh and Rice wave propagation models and set up a framework that allows easy… CONTINUE READING
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