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Posted by Carsten Klarborg Larsen on July 27, 2014 at 2:37am

Acoustic Modems, Location, and Pingers

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Posted by Bob Anderson on July 23, 2014 at 1:02pm — 10 Comments

Pull Request Previews

In case you hadn't seen them, Brian A has been putting together awesome Pull Request Previews for all the new changes coming down the pipeline. You can see the full list of videos on our YouTube channel: 

https://www.youtube.com/user/OpenROV

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Scott W commented on Bob Anderson's blog post Acoustic Modems, Location, and Pingers
"My understanding of the commercial units is that they are set up as a call and response with a dead time to allow for processing at each end. For an autonomous unit they are typically initiated from the bottom unit and follow the structure…"
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Kevin K commented on Bob Anderson's blog post Acoustic Modems, Location, and Pingers
"Sounds like a good first start to me. I guess I was about 8 steps ahead.  Scott, do you think the lag might be too long/unpredictable if we use the ROV tether to track the pings? Would it be better to keep the transmitter and receiver separate?…"
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Scott W commented on Bob Anderson's blog post Acoustic Modems, Location, and Pingers
"How about a simplistic first approach where the surface bouy is connected to the surface laptop that the ROV is connected to, so that the ping can be logged when it is sent and then when it is received at the ROV and time difference determined"
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