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Old 09-17-2012, 07:11 PM   #1
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UMTS_WLAN NS2 simulation

Hi everybody !!
I simulate a tcl scenario (WLAN_UMTS) in which I use MIH (802.21 offred by NIST).

the Mobile node connected to UMTS hands off to WLAN when it is available, and then when the Mobile Node leaves the WLAN coverage, it hands off to UMTS.
But as I remark the simulations results are wrong.
The UMTS throughput is equal to the WLAN one (11 kbytes/s for both) !!!
When it leaves the coverage, the mobile node don't hands off to UMTS !!!
What should I modify to correct results
thx in advance
any help please.

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