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I am working on designing MAC protocol for MIMO(multiple input multiple output) adhoc network. I have installed ns-2 2.34 but dont know how to implement MIMO. Plz help me. How to patch MIMO with ns-2 2.34? I would appreciate your kind help.
Distribution: RHEL, CentOS, Debian, Oracle Solaris 10
Unfortunately I have Installed ns-allinone 2.34 on Ubuntu 10.04. Is there any problem to patch MIMO with ns2.34 on ubuntu ?
Not unfortunately instead fortunately. Actually what happens that Ubuntu is not suitable for Network Simulator. I have seen number of forums with the installation problem, patches problem, bugs, etc.. So what I saw and figured out that Fedora or CentOS is better to use Network Simulator. I don't know about MIMO but there are so many problems with numerous patches.