WLAN Toolbox™ system-level simulations model communication links with multiple nodes. The simulations operate across a protocol stack that includes physical (PHY), medium access control (MAC), and application layers. You can measure quantities such as throughput, latency, interference, and packet loss at the node and network levels. You can also investigate coexistence of WLAN signals with Bluetooth® signals and improve simulation efficiency by using PHY abstraction techniques.
|Associate stations to WLAN node|
|Add data traffic source to WLAN node|
|Add mesh path to WLAN node|
|Update configuration of WLAN node|
|Statistics of WLAN node|
|FTP application traffic pattern generator|
|On-Off application traffic pattern generator|
|Video conference application traffic pattern generator|
|VoIP application traffic pattern generator|
|PCAP file writer of protocol packets|
|PCAPNG file writer of protocol packets|
|PCAP or PCAPNG file writer of WLAN MAC packets|
|Wireless network simulator|
|Device configuration for WLAN node|
- Simulate an 802.11ax Network with Uplink and Downlink Application Traffic
Configure uplink and downlink traffic in a 802.11ax™ network.
- Create, Configure, and Simulate an 802.11ax Mesh Network
Simulate an 802.11ax Mesh Network and visualize the statistics.
- Simulate an 802.11ax Hybrid Mesh Network
Create, configure, and simulate a 802.11ax™ hybrid mesh network.
- Simulate a Multiband 802.11ax Network
Create, configure, and simulate an 802.11ax™ network operating on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz band.
- Simulate an 802.11ax Network with Full MAC and Abstracted PHY
Simulate MAC and PHY Layer Abstraction in WLAN System-Level Simulation.
- WLAN System-Level Simulation Statistics
Explore the statistics captured in a WLAN system-level simulation.