Aerial Acoustic Communications

@inproceedings{Lopes2001AerialAC,
  title={Aerial Acoustic Communications},
  author={Cristina V. Lopes and Pedro M. Q. Aguiar},
  year={2001}
}
This paper describes experiments in using audible sound as a means for wireless device communications. The direct application of standard modulation techniques to sound, without further improvements, results in sounds that are immediately perceived as digital communications and that are fairly aggressive and intrusive. We observe that some parameters of the modulation that have an impact in the data rate, the error probability and the computational overhead at the receiver also have a… CONTINUE READING
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