We investigate the properties of acoustical wave guides, especially water pipes. The goal will be low-rate data communications for control purposes.
Posts Categorized / Acoustic transmissions
Student: Zinan Liu Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: Spring 2015 Description: This Guided Research focuses on frame synchronization for the DMT-based transmission system, which is used on a proposed acoustic sensor network for sonar applications. The time offset estimate not only needs to be robust and accurate to
Student: Behrouz Touri Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: Spring 2007 Description: In this project, our objective was to study the channel response of water filled ducts. Our motivation to do such a project was to see the possibilities of information transmission using water-filled pipes. Since water pipes are frequently
Student: Carsten Walther Advisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Werner Henkel Time frame: 04/07/2003 – 05/07/2003 Presently, all kinds of cable connections into and inside the house are used for data transmission. Telphone wires, e.g., support xDSL data connections of up to 14.5 MBit/s. Power-line communications have been considered to be a possible alternative to