The following tutorials are offered for LANC 2022. Since the tutorials are totally virtual, there is no limit on the number of participants. We will use a videoconferencing technology (Microsoft Teams). Hence, you are encouraged to attend them for free. No registration is required. To join the room at the time of the event (October 19, 2022), click here. If you are not familiar with Microsoft Teams, you can download our small manual that will guide you. We hope you will enjoy the tutorials.
- Tutorial 1: WiFi Simulations with ns-3
Presenter: Tom Henderson (University of Washington – USA), Hao Yin (University of Washington – USA)
Date: October 19, 2022
Time: 15:30-18:30 (Colombian Time)
Duration: 3 hours
Chair: Eric Gamess
This tutorial is designed as an introduction to WiFi simulations with ns-3, a discrete-event network simulator popular for Internet research. By the end of the session, participants should have a basic understanding of the scope of the WiFi module in ns-3, and how to conduct initial example simulations that use the WiFi models.
ns-3, Discrete-event Network Simulation, WiFi.
- ns-3 overview and architecture
- ns-3 main features and models
- Basics of WiFi at PHY and MAC
- Evolution across releases
- Worked example programs and visualizations: (1) DCF and EDCA channel access, (2) Ad Hoc and Mesh networks, and (3) WiFi 6 features
Prerequisites for Participants:
Background in ns-3 is preferred but not necessary. Some understanding of discrete-event network simulation, WiFi technology, and C++ will be advantageous. Linux or MacOS machines or virtual machines are needed to run ns-3.
The tutorial was recorded. You can download it here.