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.
Application Traffic Pattern
- WLAN Node Composition and Configuration
View APP, MAC, PHY and channel configuration parameters of a WLAN node.
- Statistics Captured in WLAN System-Level Simulation
View the statistics captured in WLAN system-level simulation.
- Create and Visualize 802.11ax Multinode Residential Scenario
Model and visualize an IEEE® 802.11ax™ multinode residential scenario.
- Configure Uplink and Downlink Traffic at 802.11ax Access Point
Configure uplink and downlink traffic at 802.11ax access point.
- MAC and PHY Layer Abstraction in System-Level Simulation
Explore MAC and PHY Layer Abstraction in WLAN System-Level Simulation .
- Visualize Node State Transitions in 802.11ax System-Level Simulation
Visualize the node state transitions in an IEEE 802.11ax system-level simulation.