Performance of an ultrasonic telemetry positioning system under varied environmental conditions

@article{Steel2014PerformanceOA,
  title={Performance of an ultrasonic telemetry positioning system under varied environmental conditions},
  author={Anna E. Steel and Julia H. Coates and Alex Hearn and A Peter Klimley},
  journal={Animal Biotelemetry},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-17}
}
Advances in ultrasonic telemetry, including the ability to accurately position a transmitter within an array of hydrophone receivers, have led to increased opportunities to investigate a broad spectrum of ecological questions in aquatic systems. The quality and efficiency of positioning a transmitter relies upon factors controlled by the researcher (for example, geometry of the receiver array) as well as environmental conditions (for example, water quality or environmental noise). While the… CONTINUE READING
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