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The Development and Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Monitoring sensor for the Marine IT System
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 Title & Authors
The Development and Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Monitoring sensor for the Marine IT System
Cho, Jeong-Hwan; Roh, Hee-Jung;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes the new adaptive gain control monitoring sensor for the marine IT system. The marine IT system sensors make it possible to conduct search missions, record climate changes, provide pollution control, study marine life, conduct survey missions, tactical surveillance, and predict natural disturbances in the ocean. In this paper, the adaptive gain control circuit which changes its parameters according to the ambient noise situation for obtaining the precise location information of marine IT system sensor is developed and analyzed. The performance characteristics for ensuring the precise location information of marine system sensor is presented and analyzed. The theoretical and experimental studies have been carried out. The presented results from the above investigation show considerably excellent performance for the monitoring of the marine system.
 Keywords
Marine IT Sensor;Marine Monitoring;Adaptive Gain Control;Underwater Sensor;
 Language
Korean
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