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V Venkataramanan
S Lakshmi


4G is the fastest developing system in the history of mobile communication networks. Network connectivity is paramount for all kinds of big enterprises.  4G not only provides super-fast connectivity to millions of users, but can also act as an enterprise network connectivity enabler and it has inherent advantages such as higher bandwidth, low latency, higher spectrum efficiency along with backward compatibility and future proofing. The design of the 4G based Long Term Evolution physical network provides the required flexibility for optimization during the development phase. In this paper LTE Network related supporting simulation tools is presented to demonstrate the need of Hardware co-simulation of the LTE system. After the feasibility analysis, the importance of the model is to be ported Field Programmable Gate Array platform is examined in survey in detail with the supporting inferences along with the comparison of different wireless network simulators suitable for LTE.

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Venkataramanan, V., & Lakshmi, S. (2022). A CASE STUDY OF VARIOUS WIRELESS NETWORK SIMULATION TOOLS. International Journal of Communication Networks and Information Security (IJCNIS), 10(2). https://doi.org/10.17762/ijcnis.v10i2.3261 (Original work published August 8, 2018)
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V Venkataramanan, Sathyabama University

V.Venkataramanan is a Research Scholar, Department of Electronics and Communication  , Sathyabama University, Sholinganallur ,Chennai –119. He completed his M.Tech VLSI Design from SRM University. He has an academic experience of 6. 6 Years. He has published 27 papers in International Journals, international / national conferences. He has supervised 7 UG Students and 6 PG Students till date. His research interest includes Next generation Wireless technologies, MIMO – OFDM and VLSI Systems. He reviewed a paper in referred journal of Elsevier Computer Communications, Applied computational Electromagnetics society. He is a Editorial Board Member of International Research Publication House. He chaired technical sessions in various national conferences.