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pp. 113-120, vol. 16, 2013
Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland
Key words: down-link communication buoy; underwater monitoring system; adaptive data transmission
Abstract: Down-link communication (DLC) and air transportable communication (ATAC) buoys as well as autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) use acoustic links for gathering oceanographic data from underwater monitoring systems. The underwater channel propagation conditions are diverse in nature and require a special adaptive approach to the communication system design. The article presents a methodology for the communication systems design, combining modern radio standards experience, and hardware equipment to design and test the adaptive underwater data transmission systems. The testbed experiments should be preceded by the test being carried out under laboratory conditions using the underwater channel impulse responses collected at numerous measurement sessions in different reservoirs.
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