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maanaak at gmail.com
Fri Oct 12 16:37:40 CDT 2007
I am sorry I was away from home so far and I just got your email .... I know
it might be very late now, and I hope you already got a solution for it, but
here is what I did:
I used the remaining energy available in "sensorphy" ... so I connected the
sensorphy component to the Ad hoc routing component (AODV). The battery
component in j-sim looks like a decorative component and the battery level
does not change by sending or receiving a packet ... it just decreases
constantly! This is the reason I used the energy model in sensorphy instead
of using the battery model.
Hope this helps!
On 9/17/07, mohammed khalifa <m_khalifa85 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> may i ask u please how can i access the battery level in AODV routing is
> it possible to know what is the energy remaining when a packet is in AODV?
> and how can i do that
> thanks u
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