Simulation of the Wireless Communications Channel in Marine Buoys Applications

Research Area: Volume 6,Issue 1, Jan. 2017 Year: 2017
Type of Publication: Article Keywords: Drift Buoys, Wireless Sensor Networks, Sea States, Radio Signal Propagation, Sea Waves Spatial Spectrum Sea Waves Temporary Spectrum
  • Sánchez J. D.
  • Cosio M
  • Nieto J. I.
  • Vázquez M.
  • Guerrero J. A.
  • Ruiz
  • E. Espinoza
  • Contreras J.
  • Navarro C.
Journal: IJEIR Volume: 6
Number: 1 Pages: 44-47
Month: January
ISSN: 2277-5668
The performance of a radio-communication link between nodes of a network of wireless sensors in marine drift buoys, is presented for applications in the measurement of physical and chemical parameters of sea conditions in waters near the coast. The behavior for various values of irregular sea conditions is assessed. From the carried out simulations, it can be seen that the performance deteriorates in the case of swell conditions

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