23 July 1999 Magneto-inductive communications
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Utilizing quasi-static AC magnetic fields as the channel, MISL has developed a group of unique communication, signaling and navigation systems. We refer to this technology as magneto-inductive (MI). The physical properties of magnetic fields enable these system to operate through any natural medium or medium boundary. Working with the US Navy's Coastal Systems Station, MISL has conducted several test and evaluations of MI system components operating in very shallow water, surf zone and beach zone environments.
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Paul N. Wrathall, Paul N. Wrathall, John J. Sojdehei, John J. Sojdehei, } "Magneto-inductive communications", Proc. SPIE 3711, Information Systems for Navy Divers and Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Operating in Very Shallow Water and Surf Zone Regions, (23 July 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.354659; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.354659
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