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Cognitive Underwater Acoustic Networking Techniques, Paperback / softback Book

Cognitive Underwater Acoustic Networking Techniques Paperback / softback

Edited by Dimitri Sotnik, Michael Goetz, Ivor Nissen

Part of the SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering series

Paperback / softback


This book summarizes the latest research on cognitive network-layer methods and smart adaptive physical-layer methods in underwater networks.

Underwater communication requires extendable and delay-tolerant underwater acoustic networks capable of supporting multiple frequency bands, data rates and transmission ranges.

The book also discusses a suitable foreground communication stack for mixed mobile/static networks, a technology that requires adaptive physical layer waveforms and cognitive network strategies with underlying cooperative and non-cooperative robust processes.

The goal is to arrive at a universally applicable standard in the area of Underwater Internet-of-Things [ISO/IEC 30140, 30142, 30143].

The book is the second spin-off of the research project RACUN, after the first RACUN-book "Underwater Acoustic Networking Techniques" (



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