RaPSor is a tool easily extensible, with an architecture described in
A dynamic simulation is depicted above, with a transmitter located on top of a train moving in a tunnel, using three reflections. The XLIM/SIC laboraty attempts to create a plugin for such an environment, using the spatial and temporal stationary of the geometrical environment.
Azimut and elevation
Another example of extension plugins is the DoA (Diagram of Arrivals) which gives the azimut and the elevation of each ray at the receiver location.
The doppler effects can be computed as a post-treatment in an extension plugin, as depicted in the figure above.
Our last example shows the capicity study for a position set obtained from a moving receiver.