Bandwidth optimization of underwater acoustic communications systems
Houdeshell, Jack E.
Smith, Kevin B.
Nagle, Daniel T.
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Current underwater acoustic communication systems operate in the frequency band of 1 - 10 kHz and utilize various forms of signal processing to improve data rates. In this work, the influence of the environment on long-range propagation of acoustic signals will be examined over the band of 1-5 kHz. The transmission loss (Th) as a function of range over the bandwidth will be one measure to determine the optimal operating character of the communications channel. Additionally, estimates of signal variance over the bandwidth as a function of range will be computed. The variance will be generated from source platform motion and interface roughness. Particular attention will be paid to the 2 - 4 kHz band of certain operating systems for long-range transmission
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