Spread-spectrum Coherent Acoustic Communication between a Submarine and a Surface Ship


This paper describes an underwater acoustic communication experiment executed in the North Sea near Norway. A submarine broadcast direct-sequence spread-spectrum signals with data rates of 167 and 33 bit/s. The receiver station was a surface ship with a towed hydrophone array. As the platforms sailed away from each other the SNR at the receiver… (More)


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