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Old 12-09-2018, 01:30 PM   #1
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NS2 : how do I know the battery model used in NS2?


I am a beginner in the network simulator 2. I run a routing simulation leach with an initial energy of 2 joules in each node on ns2. and I want to know how much voltage and current the battery in the simulation is run. can anyone give me an idea of ​​the battery model that is on NS2?
 
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