How long does each node transmit for in every hour? Express your answer in seconds.

33 ms = 33 x 10^{-3}s = 0.033 s

So, the duty cycle is (0.033 s÷T s) x 100% = 3%

Transposing the formula gives T s =

1 hour : 60 *60= 3 600

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- August 18th 2013, 02:14 PMfatherjackThis as been sending me round the bend
How long does each node transmit for in every hour? Express your answer in seconds.

33 ms = 33 x 10^{-3}s = 0.033 s

So, the duty cycle is (**0.033 s**÷**T s**) x 100% = 3%

Transposing the formula gives T s =

1 hour : 60 *60= 3 600

- August 18th 2013, 02:23 PMPazeRe: This as been sending me round the bend
You need to clarify your problem better. The one before this is utter gibberish...Excuse me if I am wrong but I can't make no sense of your questions.

- August 18th 2013, 02:28 PMHallsofIvyRe: This as been sending me round the bend
- August 18th 2013, 03:31 PMfatherjackRe: This as been sending me round the bend
sorry for not making it clear I need to find the value of T to solve equation but as it represents part of the duty cycle

- August 19th 2013, 01:42 PMfatherjackRe: This as been sending me round the bend
thank you for your help but how do I work out how mant times the node transmits for