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JANUS-based services for operationally relevant underwater applications
This paper presents the design, test, and experimentation at sea of four JANUS-based services for operationally relevant underwater applications: 1) first contact and language switching; 2) transmission of automatic ...
A distributed ID assignment and topology discovery protocol for underwater acoustic networks
This paper presents a new protocol to self assign node IDs in an Underwater Acoustic Network (UAN). The proposed solution, termed DIVE for Distributed Id assignment and topology discoVEry, is fully distributed and ...
Decision tree-based adaptive modulation for underwater acoustic communications
Underwater acoustic channels are characterised by non-stationary fading statistics and consequently, a modulation scheme optimally designed for a speciﬁc fading model will underperform when the channel statistics ...
Fostering the use of JANUS in operationally-relevant underwater applications
This paper presents the use of JANUS in operationally-relevant underwater applications. JANUS is an open, simple and robust digital coding technology currently in process to become a NATO standard. Two underwater scenarios ...
Supporting AUV localisation through next generation underwater acoustic networks: results from the field
This work describes how the localisation of autonomous underwater vehicles can be supported through net-worked acoustic communication. The localisation approach in-cludes timing information within acoustic messages to ...
Moving JANUS forward: a look into the future of underwater communications interoperability
In the past 8 years, the Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE) has developed, tested and promoted JANUS - a robust and simple modulation and coding scheme to be used as the first standard to support ...