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Powertrace in Contiki OS

How to use power trace in contiki OS - COOJA Framework powertrace How to use powertrace in contiki OS (COOJA) Powertrace is an application which print the power consumption details of a sensor node (MOTE) hello world application How to use powertrace 1. After the process_begin(), give the following command in teh source file powertrace_start(CLOCK_SECOND*5) 2. Include the header file #include "powertrace.h" 3. Make a change in the MAkefile preferably in the second line APPS+=powertrace save and then compile it using COOJA simulator. refer my youtube channel youtube.com/tspradeepkumar Engineering Clinic Also refer my website www.nsnam.com

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