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Underwater Channel Environment Analysis Using 10Khz Carrier Frequency at the Shore of West Sea
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Underwater Channel Environment Analysis Using 10Khz Carrier Frequency at the Shore of West Sea
Kim, Min-sang; Ko, Hak-lim; Kim, Kye-won; Lee, Tae-seok; Im, Tae-ho;
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 Abstract
This study was carried out near the waters of Jango port, Dangjin-gun, Chungcheongnam-do by utilizing 10kHz carrier frequency, for the purpose of measurement and analysis of underwater channel environment of the Western sea. For the measurement of horizontal channel environment, the separation distance between transmitter and receiver is made differently in the range between 10m and 4000m. Meanwhile, for the measurement of vertical channel environment, transmission and receiving side ships are fixed as contacted each other and measured differently depending on their depth of submergence. In this study, the Coherence Bandwidth and the Coherence Time were estimated by analyzing the Power delay profile of the real sea based on the measured data, and analyzing the doppler frequency through frequency conversion of received tone-signal, respectively. This study is expected to become a base study in carrying out the frame design for underwater communication to improve the communication and secure the reliability of communication in future underwater channel environment.
 Keywords
Underwater Channel;Coherence Time;Coherence Frequency;Doppler Spread;Delay Spread;
 Language
Korean
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