This module provides extensions to the LTE including Device to Device (D2D) capabilities, as well as new propagation models and applications related to public safety communications.
The current model is based on ns-3.36.1 release and supports the following additional features:
Please refer to the following publications for further information about the LTE D2D and MCPTT capabilities, and the model implementation and validation details:
R. Rouil, F. Cintron, A. Ben Mosbah and S. Gamboa, "Implementation and Validation of an LTE D2D Model for ns-3", Proceedings of the Workshop on ns-3 (WNS3 2017), June 2017, Porto, Portugal.
W. Garey, T. R. Henderson, Y. Sun, R. Rouil, and S. Gamboa Quintiliani, “Modeling MCPTT and User Behavior in ns-3”, 11th International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies, Technologies and Applications (SIMULTECH 2021).
If you use our models in your research, please cite the above-mentioned papers accordingly.
The following features are intended to be added to the project in the future:
About the Model:
The model was initially developed and maintained by the Public Safety Communication Project Group of the Wireless Networks Division (WND) at the Communication Technology Laboratory (CTL) of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - U.S. Department of Commerce. For further information about the research conducted by the group, please refer to the following website: https://www.nist.gov/programs-projects/network-modeling-public-safety-communications
The integration of the initial ProSe module with the LTE and buildings module, as well as the creation of additional examples and tests, and contributions to on-network MCPTT support, was assisted by CTTC and the University of Washington. This work was performed under the financial assistance award 70NANB17H170 and 70NANB20H179 from U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Works with ns-3.36Build History : Public Safety Communications v6.0
Works with ns-3.35Build History : Public Safety Communications 5.0
Works with ns-3.33Build History : Public Safety Communications 4.0
Works with ns-3.30Build History : Public Safety Communications 3.0
Works with ns-3.30Build History : Public Safety Communications 2.0
This ns-3 extension is a separately maintained fork.
Released May 26, 2022
Works with ns-3.36