OMNeT++ 5.2 Released
We are happy to announce the release of OMNeT++ 5.2. Highlights of this release are the fine-tuning of result recording and processing (especially around weighted statistics); many bug fixes and improvements in Qtenv; makefile changes to allow DEBUG and RELEASE builds of models to co-exist, and several related changes in the IDE.
INET 3.6 Released
We are happy to announce INET Framework version 3.6.0. Go ahead and get it now!
The most prominent new feature in this release is the introduction of a brand new IEEE 802.11 MAC model, written by Benjámin Seregi. This model replaces the old WiFi MAC model and allows a lot more flexibility for future enhancements.
We have created new tutorials and showcases that are available in the /showcases and /tutorials folders. Some of the new showcases are already published here. Stay tuned for the rest of them coming in the following weeks...
OMNeT++ 5.1 Released
We are happy to announce the release of OMNeT++ 5.1. This release significantly improves and builds upon functionality introduced in version 5.0, and also raises the bar in other areas.
Go to the download area to read about the details, and grab the package for your platform.
- A much-improved Qtenv that now replaces Tkenv as the default runtime GUI.
- Support for smooth custom animation and video recording.
- Better support for simulation campaigns in managing and performing a large number of runs and in result recording/processing.
- Experimental support for SQLite-based result files.
- Updated data export tools.
- Updated toolchain and libraries on Windows including 64-bit Windows support.
- Updated Eclipse base for the IDE.
INET 3.4 Released
We are happy to announce the latest version of the INET Framework. INET 3.4 requires OMNeT++ 5.0 or later.
One of the highlights of this release is a Wireless Tutorial (also available online), which is a recommended read for everyone into wireless simulations with INET. An animated screenshot from the tutorial can be seen below.
INET 3.4 also features advanced visualization. Visualizer modules are decoupled from the rest of the simulation, and can display physical objects (obstacles), movement trails, discovered network connectivity, discovered network routes, ongoing transmissions and receptions, radio signals, statistics, and much more. Nearly all visualizers support both the Canvas (2D) and OSG (3D) graphics. Instrument figures that can display statistics and other variables during simulation have also been added.
An example showing instrument figures:
INET 3.3 Released
This release contains mostly bugfixes and some enhancements to the Ethernet, SCTP and Packetdrill models. It is still compatible with both OMNeT++ 4.6 and 5.0. Future INET versions will work only with OMNeT++ 5.0 or later.