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    Network planning Tool

    Hi



    I need some software to design a wi-fi network on a highway. I was trying to get the demo for Mentum planet, but apparently the site does not offer Demos anymore.
    Can someone plz tell me what I can use instead?. The network we intent to plan is on the highway and beach, so basically I need to be able to import csv file from google earth. The parameters we need to get is basically the coverage, pathloss, and any other parameter I can extract.
    Could you plz make any suggestions about how to get older versions of Mentum planet for free. or what are the other open-source software that you recommend

    Thanks for your help

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    what is the product you will deploy? most of the vendors have their own tools such as Ruckus or Cisco


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    you shoul also can try Atoll as far as i remember there is a module for WIFI


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    Is there any way to download a copy of Mentum Planet to your home computer. I am applying for a job and the listing is specificly asking for this software and I have never used this specific software before. I was hoping there was a way to get a student version or a free/low cost edition somewhere but I have been unable to find it on the internet.

    Does anyone know where to find it, even older versions?


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    There are several open source for simulating wifi network, such as NS-3, OMNET. If you have lot of money, OPNET is the best choice.


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