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Halftime Talk on My Diploma Thesis / Zwischenvortrag zu meiner Diplomarbeit

Posted on 2009-02-06 17:30 by Timo Bingmann at Permlink with 2 Comments. Tags: #ns-3 #talk #university

For the last three months I have been working intensely on my diploma thesis. The thesis will be about 802.11 enhancements and EDCA QoS extensions in the new network simulator ns-3.

Today I gave my halftime presentation about the current status of my efforts. The talk is composed of a short introduction into ns-3, followed by a detailed discussion of WLAN packet reception criteria and finishes with a review of DCF and how EDCA extends it.

Be warned: many slides are not all self-explanatory and therefore less suitable as a casual introduction into the topics. They are slides meant for presentation.

The slides are available as PDFs in following three variants:

Presentation Slides (including "Animations"): ns-3-wifiex-halftime-slides.pdf 1076 kB
Handout Slides (one per page): ns-3-wifiex-halftime-handout.pdf 1036 kB
Handout Slides (four per page): ns-3-wifiex-halftime-handout-2x2.pdf 1028 kB

Here the table of contents:

  1. ns-3 Basics
    1. Introduction
    2. Showcase: Design Patterns
    3. Current State
  2. Wifi in ns-3
    1. State of 802.11
    2. PHY Layer
    3. Signals, Noise and Interference
    4. Short Recapitulation of DCF
    5. QoS with EDCA
  3. Conclusion

Comment by Bilal Khan at 2013-04-29 12:23 UTC

Hello Timo Bingmann,

I studied PhyExt and MacExt in ns-2 in detail and found these modules closer to the 802.11 standard.
I also read your thesis very briefly and I hope that the modules you implemented in ns-3 would be very efficient and accurate, however, I wonder why your suggest modules have not been integrated in ns-3 yet.
I want to try these extensions in my ns-3, please let me know how could I do that.
Thanks in advance.
-Bilal Khan
PhD Student,
South Korea

Comment by Timo at 2013-05-04 17:04 UTC

I don't work on ns-3 anymore, so I guess the ns-developer mailing list is a better place to ask.

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