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Old 12-07-2018, 01:48 AM   #1
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how do I know the battery model used in NS2?


I am a beginner in the network simulator 2. I run a routing simulation 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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According to this link, network simulator 2 is software. A question about a battery is a question about hardware. So, to answer it, we need to know about the hardware. If the item you are asking is about hardware and not about software, please identify the hardware more precisely and provide more information about it.

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Old 12-07-2018, 10:04 PM   #3
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Thank you for the response, sir.
I asked about software, using network simulator 2 to run wireless network simulations.

In running the program, there are 2 joules of energy initiated. Based on this, can we know the voltage or current needed at each sensor node, or what type of battery is generally used in network simulator 2 so that the value of the required voltage is 2 joules in the simulation.
 
  


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