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Task loop can be divided into 10 micro-duties with 10% duty cycle. The initial energy of the node is [E.sub.init] and after a period of operation, the residual energy is [E.sub.residual].
The classification of the duty cycle to a specific cluster then depends on the number of data-files each cluster share.
Its duty cycle can be adjusted using either a variable resistor or an analog input voltage (1.25V-3.7V).
Improvement on this parameter is based on effective utilization of Optimized Sleep scheduling algorithm with dynamic Low duty cycle. It is shown in figure 4 with 10% improvement.
Because the dither amplitude depends on the duty cycle, it is maximized at a 50% duty cycle and decreases to zero at 0% and 100% duty cycles.
Similarly, "DC" and "SF" represent duty cycle of jamming signal and spreading factor, receptively.
The internal capacitance of the LED array will act as a smoothing capacitor if a proper switching frequency and duty cycle are chosen, and hence no external smoothing capacitor is needed.
In Section 2, we describe the full mathematical model of energy-efficient duty cycle design.
time for the 5.0A DC current (black line) and for 3.536A DC (dotted red line), which is the RMS-equivalent current for the 5.0A current at a 50% duty cycle. These curves rise asymptotically to the values of 65.7[degrees]C and 45.4[degrees]C, respectively, as expected.
For the lowest duty cycle, a major part of the pulse body has become thinner and is approximately the size of the leading sheet, where its topology shows strong deformation of the body mid- and tail section.
* Level III: the hydraulic duty cycle would be comprehensively by the signals in each actuators (displacement and force).
The output of the SEPIC is controlled by the duty cycle of the control transistor.