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by: Terrence Kshlerin


Terrence Kshlerin
Texas A&M
GPA 3.94


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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Terrence Kshlerin on Wednesday October 21, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ENTC 345 at Texas A&M University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 12 views. For similar materials see /class/226136/entc-345-texas-a-m-university in Engineering Technology at Texas A&M University.

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Date Created: 10/21/15
Electronics amp Telecommunications Engineering Technology Texas AampM University ENTC 345 Communications Network Modeling Simulation and Testing Classl3 7 Experiments with Hubs and Switches cont Introduction to Wireless Modeling Experiments with Hubs and Switches cont 0 Assignment of adding a server Please save your results on the delay comparison and email them to me goula1tentctamuedu Introduction to Wireless Modeling 0 Today we ll do the rst step of modeling a wireless network This network has three nodes a transmitter a receiver and a jammer node gure in page 3 of the handout We ll have to do the following steps in this experiment Model the antenna we ll compare the results for an isotropic antenna and for a unidirectional antenna with the Antenna Pattern Editor 0 o Create the three nodes using Node Editor 0 Create the network model 0 Choose results and simulate 0 So this is our plan Monday Sept 25m class in the lab Model the antenna Friday Sept 29th class in the lab Assignment model the nodes for this Friday need to be nished by the end of that class As we don t have much time in class I recommend that you start working on it in the lab after hours and bring questions and comments for us to discuss in the lab Next week The remaining steps should be nished by next week s lab Then I ll give you instructions on what to hand out to the TA Note This Wednesday we ll meet at the Engineering Physics Bldg 205 7 Topic Chapter 17 7 Wireless LANs September 25 2006 1 Fall 2006


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