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IEEE ns2 Projects

IEEE ns2 Projects is a discrete event simulation framework to simulate various network behavior models. We provide NS2 projects to evaluate various network performances with routing model. We offer IEEE NS2 projects for engineering students to simulate projects in network domain. We apply simulation in VANET, MANET and wireless sensor networks. We provide NS2 projects for computer science and communication students to generate more innovative ideas and to compare various network performances. We implement vanet to connect access with different networks.

Vehicle user is used to exchange information and user application related information is generated. In overlapped network vehicle user permit to perform vertical handoff between various networks. Recently we developed vanet with vertical handoff performance to improve the quality of service in networks. We integrate universal mobile telecommunication system (UMTS) and wireless local area network (WLAN) to ensure an effective performance and evaluated by network simulator 2 for college student projects.



MANET and ACO in NS2:

In wireless communication, an upcoming technology called mobile Ad hoc Network. We implement MANET with dynamic modification in topology, no network configuration which creates change in adjacent node. We generated  more than 80+ projects with various efficient techniques in MANET. Ant colony optimization a technique is used by us to implement MANET. To experiment and compare various performances in MANET we use NS2 simulator. By comparison result we measure simulation parameter named as packet drop and packet  delivery ratio.

Internet Performance with NS2:

We analyze various internet performance based on properties of TCP and UDP protocol with NS2. Major goal many M.E projects is to identify the network performance of TCP and UDP by flow scheduling such as longest queue first, shortest queue first and fair Queuing. Longest Queue drop buffer management is ensured by TCP sources. We provide IEEE NS2 projects for the performance of loss rate experience under TCP and UDP traffic.

IEEE Wireless Sensor Network PROJECTS:

Wireless sensor network are implemented by us to ensure sensing capacity with sensor nodes. We require wireless sensor network to schedule various packetsuch as real time and non-real time packets. Various scheduling such as first come first serve (FCFS), non preemptive priority scheduling and preemptive priority are used and evaluated by our team in Network simulator 2. We support and handle dynamic multi priority data scheduling in WSN and new algorithms are processed.



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