WIFI Network Simulator Opnet Projects, a research foundation started with the collaborative efforts of research supervisors and also experts. We also have started our service 7 years ago, with an only motive to create the revolution of innovation and ingenuity in the minds of young and also dynamic research scholars. Also, We are proud to say that we are successful in our motive as we have served nearly 5000+ students also from all over the world with our innovative ideas.

We also will continue our service until we create a revolution in the field of research with the help of our dynamic research scholars. Up to now, we have also completed nearly 1000+ Wi-Fi Opnet projects and at present, committed with 500+ projects. We also will offer complete project guidance support along with basic tutoring service on Opnet. Students feel contented and satisfied with our immense support and also guidance. To avail our guidance, approach us today and become a part of our research foundation.  Now, let’s have also a glance over the steps involved in the simulation of Wi-Fi Networks Opnet.

  • In OPNET[Optimized Network engineering tool] is also a commercial simulator used for the simulation of large communication networks
  • It is a set of decision support tools, which also provides comprehensive development environment for simulation, specification and performance analysis of communication networks.
  • Wi-Fi Networking model is created in Opnet also by selecting the network technology as “wireless_Lan” using Opnet Modeler Wireless Suite. Opnet Modeler Wireless Suite provides high fidelity modeling, analysis and also simulation of a broad range of wireless networks.
  • WLAN is based on IEEE 802.11 standard, which is also known as Wi-Fi[Wireless fidelity].
  • Opnet provides four hierarchical editors namely Network editor, Node editor, parameter editor and also process editor. The basic building block is Node, which is an underlying Opnet Model.
  • A Node Model consist of processor nodes and also links[packet streams and static wires].
  • Node Model of WLAN station consist of the following processor nodes:
    • -Source[Processor that generates packets]
    • -Sink[processor which destroys packets]
    • -Wireless_lan_mac[processor which executes the MAC protocol]
    • -Wlan_mac_intf[processor which interfaces traffic also to the MAC layer]
    • -Wlan_port_tx()[transmit port]
    • -Wlan_port_rx()[receiver port]
  • Open the startup wizard select technologies-> Select “Wireless lan” and also “Wireless_lan_adv”.
  • Next, open the “object palette Tree” window, where all the inbuilt nodes and also links are present.
  • From the “Object palette tree”, select the “wlan_station_adv” node and place it. We have created one wireless LAN fixed workstation[labeled as “wlan_wkstn_adv”] and also one wireless LAN mobile workstation[labeled as “wlan_wkstn_adv”]
  • In addition to it, place Profile config and also application config in the Opnet workplace
  • Set the Node Model as “wlan_wkstn_adv” and also node type as “Mobile”
  • Configure also the basic attributes of the workstation:

Node Model: wlan_station_adv

BSS Identifier: same level number as the associated AP

Supported Application: varies correspond also to different scenarios

Access Point Functionality: Disabled

Operation Mode: 802.11g,

Data Rate: 54Mbps

Transmission Power: 0.005W

  • Next, Set the following wireless LAN parameters

BSS Identifier: same level number as the associated Workstations

Access Point Functionality: Enabled

Operation Mode: 802.11g,

Data Rate: 54Mbps

Transmission Power: 0.005W

Dimensions of WLAN network: 100m x 100m,

  • Save the file as Wifi.prj and run the simulation
  • Simulation runs in the DES Execution Manager .You can also manage the simulation scenario by planning the simulation flow.
-To analyze the performance of the simulation, use the following parameters like
  • Overall load
  • End to End delay
  • Throughput
  • Media Access Delay
  • Channel reservation[NAV Counter]
  • Backoff Slots
  • Control traffic received[includes RTS,Ack, also CTS]
  • Control traffic Sent
  • Data traffic sent
  • Retransmission attempts
  • Data traffic received
  • Control traffic sent
  • Also in Dropped data packets

          We also have provide an overall step involved in the simulation of Wi-Fi Networks in Opnet. Hope you would also have got an idea about Wi-Fi Network Simulation. For further guidance on WIFI NETWORK SIMULATOR OPNET PROJECTS, approach us through our online service. We also take your project responsibility also to make you feel hassle free regarding your project.