OPEN NETWORKS UNDERSEA
OPEN NETWORKS UNDERSEA
Smartphone users can make calls, read email, stream video,
navigate and exchange text messages usin...
JANUS will allow undersea
modems from diverse
manufacturers to
communicate and is designed
to enable long-range, high-
rel...
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Open Networks Undersea

  1. 1. OPEN NETWORKS UNDERSEA
  2. 2. OPEN NETWORKS UNDERSEA Smartphone users can make calls, read email, stream video, navigate and exchange text messages using wireless telemetry. Undersea, the situation is quite different. Physics of seawater prevent long-range transmission of radio waves. Acoustic techniques must be used instead, but current solutions are proprietary and closed. Teledyne Marine Systems is changing this through innovative software and business practices. Our researchers have provided key contributions to the development of “JANUS” an open protocol being evaluated by NATO and other third-party organizations. Thus in 2014 undersea telemetry users will be able to advance research and operational uses of acoustic networks with confidence their hardware needs can be met by technology vendors of their choice.
  3. 3. JANUS will allow undersea modems from diverse manufacturers to communicate and is designed to enable long-range, high- reliability communications undersea. While this protocol, and acoustic telemetry in general, will not allow scuba divers to stream videos (they should be looking at the live beauty of the ocean anyway) it will enable to equivalent of “twitter&rdqu o; undersea. As we have seen in recent global events, a “tweet” can be a powerful message. Science, defense and commercial ocean operators will soon be sharing open networks undersea.
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