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Old 03-21-2013, 12:36 PM   #1
yeomjang
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Changing the transmission power in leach uAMPS


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I'm using the simulator ns2-allinone-2.34 in ubunto 10.04 LTS to simulate the protocol leach234 uAMPS developed by MIT, So my problem is: I want to change the power of transmission of one particular node to be greater in order to extend its transmission range(it's needed in my study), and it's appreciated to tell me about some tools to visualize the resulted data in the file leach.tr
So I need your help.
THANKS IN ADVANCE.
 
  


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