Modeling Underwater Communication Links

@article{Hovem2008ModelingUC,
  title={Modeling Underwater Communication Links},
  author={J. M. Hovem and Shefeng Yan and Xueshan Bao and Hefeng Dong},
  journal={2008 Second International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications (sensorcomm 2008)},
  year={2008},
  pages={679-686}
}
Design and operation of underwater acoustic communications systems require a capacity to model the acoustic preparation conditions under various environmental conditions. For the frequencies of interest to most applications in connection to ocean sensor networks ray tracing technique is normally the preferred method. In this study we use a newly developed acoustic propagation model, called PlaneRay. The model is based on classical ray theory but with a novel routine for the determination of all… CONTINUE READING

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