WiMAX System Level Modeling
Invited presentation at Invited presentation, Design and Development Forum, IEEE Globecom 2007, Washington, DC, November 26-30, 2007.
The contributors are:
Raj Jain (Washington University in Saint Louis),
Sampad Misra, Roopa Venkateswaran, Raj Iyengar, Sharath Krishnaiyer, David Doria, Shiv Kalyanaraman and Biplab Sikdar (RPI),
Richard Rouil, Nada Golmie (NIST),
Shyam Parekh (Alcatel-Lucent), and
Tom Tofigh (AT&T).
(The presentation was given by Nada Golmie and is listed in the program with the title of
WiMAX NS-2 Simulator Design: Challenges in PHY/MAC Modeling to Support Scalable System Simulation)
This presentation covers the following topics:
- System-Level Simulation Methodology
- Why System Level Model?
- Link-Level vs. System-Level Models
- System-Level Model Components
- Topology for System Simulation
- Key Components of System Level Model
- System Definition Parameters
- Sample: Network Configuration Params
- Application Classes
- Example: Quake 2 Traffic Model
- University Collaborations
- System-Level (SLS) vs Link Level Simulation (LLS)
- System-Level NS-2 Simulator
- Why NS2?
- Release 2 – Feature List
- Sample Snapshot of ITU Veh-A Channel
- OFDMA frame structure (implemented)
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