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Old 06-15-2012, 03:36 AM   #1
pooja lohia
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i am trying to run wireless2.tcl script used for wired cum wireless network


INITIALIZE THE Xlisthead
starting simulation
channel.cc:sendup -calc higestantennaZ_ AND disttCST
HIGESTaNTEENAz_= 1.5, distCST_ =550.0
STORING LIST...DONE
NS EXISTING
 
  


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