[Tinyos-help] [Avrora] Understanding the energy consumption

Maycon Maia Vitali maycon.ppgi.ufes at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 09:32:53 PDT 2012


Hmm ... It makes sense.

I'll do the tests again ... Thank you. :-)

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2012/8/21 Hamid Rafiei Karkvandi <hamid.rafiei at gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> I am not skilled in using Avrora, but I think the problem you are dealing
> with might be due to staggering you are using, I am not sure what is the
> cycle duration you are using, but as I know the staggering you are using
> turns the motes on sequentially at 0, 1*Stagger_time, 2*Stagger_time and
> ... 10*Stagger_time, this means node 10 will turn on later than the node 0
> and therefore send less packets, I can suggest you either lower the
> staggering time or do the simulations for a longer time, for better
> observations I suggest you keep track of the number of transmissions done
> by each mote, Please let me know if this was the case,
>
>
> Regards,
>
>
> Hamid Rafiei Karkvandi
>
>
>
>
>
> On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 10:08 AM, Maycon Maia Vitali <
> maycon.ppgi.ufes at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> 2012/8/21 Christian Haas <haas at tm.uka.de>
>>
>>> Receiving is more expensive than just having the radio on, so more nodes
>>> sending -> more receiving -> more energy consumed.
>>>
>>
>>
>> Yes. But when I have just 2 nodes sending in broadcast the result is
>> 16,8212438540, and when I have 11 nodes sending in broadcast the result is
>> 16,4880731899. I'm seeing "more nodes sending -> more receive -> less
>> energy consumed", that makes no sense.
>>
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>> *Maycon Maia Vitali* (aka 0ut0fBound)
>> Offensive Security Certified Expert (OSCE)
>> Security Researcher @ Hack'n Roll
>> http://www.hacknroll.com <http://maycon.hacknroll.com/>
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