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Please note that Veins LTE is not actively developed right now - for up-to-date versions of the used software, please refer to SimuLTE and Veins.

Veins LTE

Veins LTE adds LTE support to the vehicular network simulation framework Veins.


  • Install OMNeT++ (recommended version: 4.6).
  • Install SUMO (recommended version: 0.25.0).
  • Clone this repository (or download the zip file).
  • If you are on Linux and use the command line:
    • switch to the root of the repository and type
    • make makefiles
    • make
    • go to the folder veins/examples/heterogeneous and run the example.
  • If you are on Linux and use the OMNeT++ IDE:
    • File -> Import -> General/Existing Projects into Workspace -> Next
    • select the Veins LTE directory as root and tick all three projects (inet, lte and veins) -> Finish
    • rightclick on veins -> Properties -> OMNeT++ -> tick With INET Framework
    • Project -> Build All (or CTRL+B)
    • go to the folder veins/examples/heterogeneous -> rightclick on omnetpp.ini -> Run As -> OMNeT++ Simulation
  • If you are on Windows:
    • TODO (Currently there seem to be several issues with Veins LTE on Windows, we are working on them)

Further information can be found on the Veins LTE Website.


Veins LTE adds LTE support to Veins.






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