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wifi-phy-state.h
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21 
22 #ifndef WIFI_PHY_STATE_H
23 #define WIFI_PHY_STATE_H
24 
25 #include "ns3/fatal-error.h"
26 
30 enum WifiPhyState
32 {
44  TX,
48  RX,
61 };
62 
70 inline std::ostream& operator<< (std::ostream& os, WifiPhyState state)
71 {
72  switch (state)
73  {
74  case IDLE:
75  return (os << "IDLE");
76  case CCA_BUSY:
77  return (os << "CCA_BUSY");
78  case TX:
79  return (os << "TX");
80  case RX:
81  return (os << "RX");
82  case SWITCHING:
83  return (os << "SWITCHING");
84  case SLEEP:
85  return (os << "SLEEP");
86  case OFF:
87  return (os << "OFF");
88  default:
89  NS_FATAL_ERROR ("Invalid state");
90  return (os << "INVALID");
91  }
92 }
93 
94 #endif /* WIFI_PHY_STATE_H */
The PHY layer is sleeping.
#define NS_FATAL_ERROR(msg)
Report a fatal error with a message and terminate.
Definition: fatal-error.h:165
std::ostream & operator<<(std::ostream &os, TypeId tid)
Definition: type-id.cc:1203
The PHY layer has sense the medium busy through the CCA mechanism.
The PHY layer is IDLE.
WifiPhyState
The state of the PHY layer.
The PHY layer is sending a packet.
The PHY layer is receiving a packet.
The PHY layer is switched off.
The PHY layer is switching to other channel.