The recent release of HermesPy's latest version showcases significant enhancements, including spatial radar channels, software-defined radio leakage calibration, and phase noise modeling. Notably, the update also brings improved source code quality, featuring complete type annotations and full unit test coverage. These additions enhance the simulator's functionality, providing users with advanced tools for wireless communication and sensing research.
HermesPy is an advanced link-level simulator tailored for multi-RAT wireless devices. It supports spatially distributed communication and sensing, calculates performance indicators, and offers flexibility through YAML configuration files and Python API. The simulator is open-source on GitHub, encouraging contributions. Users can simulate various protocols and scenarios, making it a valuable tool for wireless research.
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