### Table 1. IEEE 802.11b interface energy consumption.

"... In PAGE 5: ... the maximum lifetime with no energy saving of Eq. 3, Table1 also shows the consumption of the four states relatively to the Idle consumption (a2 a18a20a19 ). Based Table 1.... In PAGE 5: ...on Table1 , and on Eqs. 1, 2, and 5, we obtain the average power and lifetime of nodes in different situations as a function of a2 a18a48a19 (Figure 2).... In PAGE 7: ... Assuming that all the difference between a2a46a29a26a25 and a2a90a24a57a25 is due to the power ampli er, the lower limit of a2a90a29a33a25 is a2a4a24a26a25 and all the additional consumption scales with the distance, as modeled by a149 a118 a61 . Hence, given the values adopted in our analysis ( Table1 ), the distance- dependent consumption (a2 a29a26a25a60a143 a2 a24a57a25 ) is equal to 0.6a2 a18a48a19 for a118 = a106 .... ..."

### TABLE II IEEE 802.11 2 MBPS WAVELAN PC CARD LINEAR MODEL POWER CONSUMPTION MEASUREMENTS

### TABLE I WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER POWER CONSUMPTION. Mode 802.11b 802.11a 802.11g

### TABLE 1 WIRELESS TRANSCEIVER POWER CONSUMPTION Mode 802.11b 802.11a 802.11g

### TABLE I TYPICAL POWER CONSUMPTION FOR 802.11B CARDS

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### Table 3: Measured power consumption for 802.11b cards

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### Table 3: Measured power consumption for 802.11b cards

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