Network simulator 3 is an opensource packet event driven simulator for network. We use NS3 to design and implement large area network. We offer PhD thesis in NS3 to verify the process of new designed network model with NS3 simulation environment. Currently, more PhD researchers are concentrated on 5G network and Manet for multicast application in NS3 simulation. We evaluate multicast routing protocol by NS3. We support Science Direct based Ns3 papers to simulate various protocols such as tree based and mesh based protocols in mobile networks.
MANET NS3 SIMULATION PROJECTS:
We implement multicast protocol for Ad hoc networks. Based on multicast routing we categorized into two protocols which proposed in college student projects called as:
- Tree Based Protocol.
- Mesh Based Protocol.
In tree based protocol, a single path is available among sender and receiver. We use this protocol to achieve multicast efficiency. Multicast efficiency is the ratio of total number of packets received by all receivers to total number of packets transmitted by senders. We use mesh based protocol to provide redundant route for maintain connectivity among group members. We eliminate low packet delivery ratio by redundant data paths mesh based protocols are robust to mobility node.
Routing Protocol Design Factor:
We described more than 75+ projects with considering following factors are:
- Reach – Ability.
- Location Aided Routing.
- Energy Efficient.
- Transmission Reliability.
We use reach-ability which is most basic need to design routing algorithm. We used this to specify routing algorithm to find least path from source to destination. Optimal path selected with number of hops, energy consumption.
Location Aided Routing:
We use this algorithm to achieve higher bandwidth and energy. We implement this algorithm which utilize GPS information and ensure cost effective approach to retrieve node location information.
We use this algorithm to achieve power efficiency in MANET. When energy decreases transmission link among source and destination fails. We use improved energy efficient algorithm by balance load routing approach. By efficient routing we can improve packet transmission and reduce battery utilization.
An important challenge in mobile Ad hoc network is transmission reliability. We use various algorithms adding reliability to attain packet receipt acknowledgement. When notification not received by source node within certain time then source node make data packet retransmission.
Effective routing is important in Routing protocol. To achieve effective routing successfully in network we use high packet delivery ratio and low routing overhead.
Current Work progress
NS3 Projects for MS Students
NS3 Projects for B.E,B.Tech students
NS3 Projects for M.E,M.Tech Students
NS3 Projects for PhD Scholars
We assist PhD Scholars in Publishing Papers in Reputed journals for NS3 Simulator Projects.