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We are happy to announce a new release of the INET Framework with many improvements to TCP and other components (What's New), and a new version of the package for processing OMNeT++ result files with GNU R. Downloads: INET-20100723, "omnetpp" R package.
PhoenixSim is an OMNeT++-based simulation environment being developed by the Lightwave Research Laboratory at Columbia University in the City of New York for designing and analyzing the performance of photonic interconnection networks. PhoenixSim enables detailed studies of electronic networks, photonic networks, and hybrid networks (ones that leverage a combination of both technology domains). The simulator is highly extensible and is currently being used within the Lightwave Research Laboratory on projects for the design of on- and off-chip photonic communications for multi-processor systems, and the design of nanophotonic optical broadband switches (NOBS).
Currently, the simulator supports the ability to model and characterize many important properties of photonic interconnection networks including propagation delay, insertion loss, extinction ratio, spectral resonant profiles, area occupation, and energy dissipation. Moreover, future extensions will support the modeling of thermal variations, optical nonlinearities, as well as three-dimensional integration. In the realm of electronics, the simulator includes a router model that can be used to model advanced electronic networks and hybrid networks.
Home page (more info, download, manual, publications): http://lightwave.ee.columbia.edu/?s=research&p=phoenixsim
The new release contains the IEEE 802.15.4 models developed by Jérôme Rousselot; IDE wizards to create basic MiXiM networks and your own analogue models; extensive documentation update and additions; and many bug fixes and enhancements. An overview of the most important changes is given after the Read more link. Developers should pay special attention to some API changes outlined below! For a complete list of changes, please consult the git log messages. The new MiXiM release can be downloaded from the project's site at SourceForge: