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OCEANS 92 Proceedings@m_Mastering the Oceans Through Technology
Data was transmitted in near real time from the ocean bottom to a scientist's desk, and commands were sent back to the ocean bottom. The communication system used a 1185 bits/s acoustic modem to send the data to a nearby surface buoy. VHF packet radio relayed the data at 1200 bit& to a shore station where it was stored. The stored data was transferred by telephone modem to the scientist's desk. Commands were sent back to the bottom by a slower reverse channel. The system worked for three weeksdoi:10.1109/oceans.1992.607668 fatcat:bosyb2gvlrfgjhwwtizqlwixcu