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Old 11-09-2011, 03:00 PM   #1
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Post how to calculate throughput and delay characteristics for HCCA

Hi everyone,

First of all thanks to the forum members who are really active and helpful in answering the queries!

I am working on HCCA (802.11e) mechanism. I need to calculate throughput & delay and simulate the graphs for the same.

I really find difficult to interpret the trace file(example.trc). How can I feed the trace file to perl/awk script to calculate the throughput n delay?? Does anyone have scripts to do the calculation?
Kindly shed some light on this! your help is highly appreciable.

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