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Table 1 Sample encounter logs recorded by crow-mounted “Encounternet” proximity loggers

From: Processing and visualising association data from animal-borne proximity loggers

this.ID enc.ID first.time last.time RSSI.max RSSI.min RSSI.mean type
72 75 1,724,295,322 1,724,313,237 −14 −15 −14 1
66 68 1,726,936,124 1,726,936,124 −24 −24 −24 1
81 74 1,728,525,279 1,728,545,762 2 −16 −6 1
74 68 1,728,673,149 1,728,692,351 19 −11 8 1
74 76 1,728,812,496 1,728,832,965 25 −24 2 1
75 72 1,729,331,751 1,729,350,958 4 −18 −5 1
  1. ‘this.ID’ and ‘enc.ID’ are the identities of the receiving and transmitting tags, respectively; ‘first.time’ and ‘last.time’ are the start and end time of an encounter (recorded in tag-clock units of 1/64 s); the following three ‘RSSI’ columns give signal-strength statistics for the pulse sequence making up the encounter; and ‘type’ codes distinguish, among other things, tag-to-tag logs (type = 1) from error messages and master node commands (not applicable in this example)