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|Title:||Numerical model of ultrasonic multi-channel data transfer for servicing subsea production complex|
|Authors:||Nikulina, Yu. A.|
Shubin, A. S.
|Keywords:||ultrasound; MIMO; subsea production complex; doppler environment shift|
|Publisher:||Tomsk Polytechnic University|
|Citation:||Nikulina Yu. A. Numerical model of ultrasonic multi-channel data transfer for servicing subsea production complex / Yu. A. Nikulina, A. S. Shubin // Journal of Economics and Social Sciences. — 2020. — № 16. — [5 p.].|
|Abstract:||Various researchers focused on different problems, and we can conclude that a single effective communication design with a specific algorithm that could be used in all types of underwater channels was not found. The design of the transmission is highly dependent on the conditions of the canal, as various schemes are used in shallow and deep water, and various algorithms in turbulent and calm waters. The type of channel alignment also depends on parameters such as channel estimation and coding. The ever-growing demand for bandwidth, efficiency, spatial diversity and the performance of underwater acoustic communications has opened the door to using Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology. In this paper, we propose a method of ultrasonic data transmission under water based on the MIMO technology (Many emitters, many receivers, or MIMO - Multilpe Input - Multiple Output). This approach will allow for multi-channel data transmission in water and significantly increase the speed of information transfer.|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal of Economics and Social Sciences|
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