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|Title:||A high-frequency warm shallow water acoustic communications channel model and measurements||Authors:||Chitre, M.||Issue Date:||2007||Citation:||Chitre, M. (2007). A high-frequency warm shallow water acoustic communications channel model and measurements. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (5) : 2580-2586. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1121/1.2782884||Abstract:||Underwater acoustic communication is a core enabling technology with applications in ocean monitoring using remote sensors and autonomous underwater vehicles. One of the more challenging underwater acoustic communication channels is the medium-range very shallow warm-water channel, common in tropical coastal regions. This channel exhibits two key features - extensive time-varying multipath and high levels of non-Gaussian ambient noise due to snapping shrimp - both of which limit the performance of traditional communication techniques. A good understanding of the communications channel is key to the design of communication systems. It aids in the development of signal processing techniques as well as in the testing of the techniques via simulation. In this article, a physics-based channel model for the very shallow warm-water acoustic channel at high frequencies is developed, which are of interest to medium-range communication system developers. The model is based on ray acoustics and includes time-varying statistical effects as well as non-Gaussian ambient noise statistics observed during channel studies. The model is calibrated and its accuracy validated using measurements made at sea. © 2007 Acoustical Society of America.||Source Title:||Journal of the Acoustical Society of America||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/110834||ISSN:||00014966||DOI:||10.1121/1.2782884|
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