OMNeT++ is an extensible, modular, component-based C++ simulation library and framework, primarily for building network simulators.
Remote OMNeT++ 1.0 beta 1 released
This product is independent of OMNeT++ -- it is a client-server environment which provides the capability of running OMNeT++ simulations on remote workstations, managing the process from a GUI client. For more info, see its web site.
OMNeT++ 2.3b1 has been released
With message subclassing now officially supported, documented and tested, it marks the beginning of a new era for OMNeT++ simulations. And there much more in the package: this release is the probably biggest step forward since OMNeT++ was made public. Visit the download area.
3rd International OMNeT++ Workshop
A summary of the 3rd Int'l OMNeT++ Workshop is available. See slides here.
Simulation course material
Simulation course material, using OMNeT++ as a case study. Includes a series of slides that introduce OMNeT++ (see Chapter 5 slides/handouts). From Holger Karl, Technical University of Berlin, Telecommunication Networks Group. Home page: http://www-tkn.ee.tu-berlin.de/~karl/teaching/simulation
PicoRadio project at Berkeley
The PicoRadio project at Berkeley is aiming at developing "meso-scale low cost (< 50 cents) transceivers for ubiquitous wireless data acquisition that minimizes power/energy dissipation.". The NAMP subgroup are using OMNeT++ to model parts of the system. They have built an IEEE802.11 model, etc. http://bwrc.eecs.berkeley.edu/Research/Pico_Radio/