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Título: Underwater Acoustic simulations with a time variable acoustic propagation model
Autor: Silva, A.
Rodríguez, O. C.
Zabel, F.
Huilery, J.
Jesus, S. M.
Data: 2010
Citação: A. SILVA, O. C. RODRÍGUEZ, F. ZABEL, J. HUILLERY, S. M. JESUS, "Underwater Acoustic simulations with a time variable acoustic propagation model", in Proc. 10th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics, 2010, Istanbul
Resumo: The Time Variable Acoustic Propagation Model (TV-APM) was developed to simulate underwater acoustic propagation in time-variable environments. Such environment variability induces a strong Doppler channel spread, which is an important factor to test and evaluate the performance of equalization algorithms. In current simulations, Doppler spread is usually included a posteriori in a stationary Acoustic Propagation Model (APM), and is designed for specific environmental parameters such as source-receiver range variability or surface motion. However, environmental variations affect Doppler spread in a complex manner, and an accurate TV-APM simulation for time varying channels, being performed at the same sampling rate as the transmitted signal, would require a large number of runs at high frequencies. A strategy in the current implementation of the TV-APM was developed to reduce the number of runs, while preserving the variable-channel Doppler spread. Simulations were done to draw a performance map for a given equalizer in a given environment and the results revealed that the TV-APM is a useful prediction tool of communication equalizers performance.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/5040
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