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Old 09-02-2016, 02:16 AM   #1
samira das
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signal to noise ratio and bit error rate calclation in ns2


hi,
iam trying to find out signal to noise ratio and bit error rate calculation for AODV protocol. I found patch files for calculating SNR for ns-2.34 but iam using ns-2.35 version and the patch files i found out is not compatible so iam not able to find out programs in ns2 to calculate snr and ber for wireless networks.
 
  


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