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Title: AquaOptical: A lightweight device for high-rate long-range underwater point-to-point communication
Authors: Doniec, M.
Detweiler, C.
Vasilescu, I.
Chitre, M. 
Hoffmann-Kuhnt, M. 
Rus, D.
Keywords: Optical communication
Issue Date: Jul-2010
Citation: Doniec, M.,Detweiler, C.,Vasilescu, I.,Chitre, M.,Hoffmann-Kuhnt, M.,Rus, D. (2010-07). AquaOptical: A lightweight device for high-rate long-range underwater point-to-point communication. Marine Technology Society Journal 44 (4) : 55-65. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This article describes AquaOptical, an underwater optical communication system. Three optical modems have been developed: a long-range system, a short-range system, and a hybrid system.We describe their hardware and software architectures and highlight trade-offs. We present pool and ocean experiments with each system. In clear water, AquaOptical achieved a data rate of 1.2 Mbit/s at distances up to 30 m. In water with visibility estimated at 3 m, AquaOptical achieved communication at data rates of 0.6 Mbit/s at distances up to 9 m.
Source Title: Marine Technology Society Journal
ISSN: 00253324
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