Development and Simulation Two Wireless Hosts Communication Network Using Omnnet++




wireless network, wireless hosts, modelling of protocols, simulation Omnett++


A wireless network is a collection of computers and other electronic devices that exchange information by means of radio waves. Endpoint computing devices can all be connected without the need for hardwired data cabling thanks to the prevalence of wireless networks in today's businesses and networks. This paper's aim is to create and construct a wireless network model for connecting two hosts which will be implemented to simulate wireless communications. The sending of User Datagram Protocol (UPD) data by one of the hosts to the other one has been wirelessly specified by the simulator. Additionally, the protocol models were kept as simple as possible including both the physical layer and the lower layer. The architecture and functionality of a new simulator is showed its ability to solve the issues of making a host move, especially, when it gets out of the range the simulation ends.


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How to Cite

M. Derbali, “Development and Simulation Two Wireless Hosts Communication Network Using Omnnet++”, EAI Endorsed Trans IoT, vol. 10, Nov. 2023.