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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 19)
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A Study on Multi-Path Channel Response of Acoustic Propagation in Northwestern Arabian Sea

Gang Qiao, Asim Ismail and Muhammad Aatiq
Corresponding Author:  Asim Ismail 

Key words:  Acoustic communication, Arabian sea channel models, multi-path channel, under water underwater acoustic communication modeling, , ,
Vol. 5 , (19): 4619-4628
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September 11, 2012 October 09, 2012 May 10, 2013

Multi-path interference due to boundary reflection and variation of sound speed profile in underwater water acoustic communication pose the major barrier to reliable high-speed underwater communication system. Based on the sound speed profiles and the bathymetry data of northwestern Arabian Sea, Multipath impulse response profiles of the area have been obtained using Bellhop. The derived parameters like delay structure, effective transmit and receive angles suitable depths etc. from the obtained impulse responses have also been discussed. The impulse responses have been obtained for different scenarios of transmitter and receiver geometry to arrive at optimal configuration of wireless Acoustic communication/telemetry system for that area. This work can be used as a guide for the practical design of underwater acoustic wireless communication/telemetry system to be operated in this area which is critical to world oil exports.
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Gang Qiao, Asim Ismail and Muhammad Aatiq, 2013. A Study on Multi-Path Channel Response of Acoustic Propagation in Northwestern Arabian Sea.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(19): 4619-4628.
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