NS (version 2) is an object-oriented, discrete event driven network simulator developed at UC Berkely written in C++ and OTcl. NS is primarily useful for simulating local and wide area networks. Although NS is fairly easy to use once you get to know the simulator, it is quite difficult for a first time user, because there are few user-friendly manuals. Even though there is a lot of documentation written by the developers which has in depth explanation of the simulator, it is written with the depth of a skilled NS user.
The purpose of this project is to give a new user some basic idea of how the simultor works, how to setup simulation networks, where to look for further information about network components in simulator codes, how to create new network components, etc., mainly by giving simple examples and brief explanations based on our experiences.
After completing the NS2/NS3 Training Course student will be able to do
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DP Project Development offer Free Demo Classes (Online/Offline) to each student to meet with their trainers and understand the course content, Quality of training. Students can discuss him/her problems with assigned trainer.
DP Project Development provide live project based training. Students can select from a wide variety of live projects for ME/M.Tech and PH.D research to show during interviews and final semester/year presentations. Each student is helped to design and simulated any project on NS2/NS3, make him/her research complete.
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NS2/NS3 Training Course designed by DP Project Development ensures students learn the basic and advanced topics for simulation of wireless sensors network and routing protocol. NS2/NS3 course covers topics on how to design a protocol, develop and build applications new application related to wireless sensor networks […]