5G-LENA  nr-v3.0-29-g83cc959
The 5G/NR module for the ns-3 simulator
nr-test-fdm-of-numerologies.cc File Reference

This test case checks if the throughput achieved over certain bandwidth part is proportional to the bandwidth of that bandwidth part. The test scenario consists of a scenario in which two UEs are attached to a gNB, and perform UDP full buffer downlink traffic. gNB is configured to have 2 bandwidth parts, which are configured with the same numerology, but can have different bandwidth. Bandwidth part manager is configured to forward first flow over the first bandwidth part, and the second flow over the second bandwidth part. Since the traffic is full buffer traffic, it is expected that when more bandwidth is provided, more throughput will be achieved and vice versa. More...

#include "ns3/antenna-module.h"
#include "ns3/applications-module.h"
#include "ns3/core-module.h"
#include "ns3/eps-bearer-tag.h"
#include "ns3/internet-module.h"
#include "ns3/mobility-module.h"
#include "ns3/network-module.h"
#include "ns3/nr-module.h"
#include "ns3/point-to-point-helper.h"
#include "ns3/three-gpp-channel-model.h"
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Variables

static NrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteDlFour nrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteDlFour
 
static NrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteDlTwo nrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteDlTwo
 
static NrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteUlFour nrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteUlFour
 
static NrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteUlTwo nrTestFdmOfNumerologiesTestSuiteUlTwo
 

Detailed Description

This test case checks if the throughput achieved over certain bandwidth part is proportional to the bandwidth of that bandwidth part. The test scenario consists of a scenario in which two UEs are attached to a gNB, and perform UDP full buffer downlink traffic. gNB is configured to have 2 bandwidth parts, which are configured with the same numerology, but can have different bandwidth. Bandwidth part manager is configured to forward first flow over the first bandwidth part, and the second flow over the second bandwidth part. Since the traffic is full buffer traffic, it is expected that when more bandwidth is provided, more throughput will be achieved and vice versa.

Definition in file nr-test-fdm-of-numerologies.cc.