The effect of coded signals on the precision of autonomous underwater vehicle acoustic navigation
Author(s)Evans, Benjamin Kerbin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Ocean Engineering.
Henrik Schmidt and Thomas Austin.
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Acoustic coded signaling offers potentially significant improvements over traditional "toneburst" methods in many underwater applications where error due to noise and multipath interference is a problem. In this thesis, the use of these spread spectrum techniques is analyzed for navigation of the REMUS autonomous underwater vehicle. The accuracy of the current system using Turyn and Barker sequences, as well as toneburst, is quantified, and the sources of the remaining error are examined.
Thesis (Ocean E.)--Joint program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Ocean Engineering and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), 1999.Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-128).
DepartmentJoint Program in Oceanography/Applied Ocean Science and Engineering.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Ocean Engineering.; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Ocean Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
/Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Joint Program in Oceanography and Applied Ocean Science and Engineering., Ocean Engineering.