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Title: VHF data transmission experiments using MBC equipment conducted during the period from JARE-43 to JARE-45
Authors: Mukumoto, Kaiji
Fukuda, Akira
Nagasawa, Masashi
Yoshihiro, Yasuaki
Nakano, Kei
Ohichi, Satoshi
Yamagishi, Hisao
Sato, Natsuo
Kadokura, Akira
Yang, Huigen
Yao, Ming Wu
Zhang, Sen
He, Guojing
Jin, Li-Jun
Journal Title: Advances in polar upper atmosphere research
Publisher: National Institute of Polar Research
Journal Volume: 19
Start Page: 89
End Page: 105
Issue Date: 2005-08
NDC: 547
Abstract: In order to study the ability of meteor burst communications (MBC) as a new medium of data collection networks in Antarctica, we have performed a series of VHF data transmission experiments. In the experiment during the period of JARE-43 (the 43rd Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition), a remote station at Zhongshan Station sent data packets to a master station at Syowa Station using a commercial MBC system. Together with meteor burst propagations, non-meteoric propagations were frequently observed during local nighttime. We found that they worked effectively for packet transmissions and greatly increased the data throughput. Overall data throughput obtained by this experiment was 0.63bps. In JARE-44, we added another remote station at Dome Fuji Station. Since the transmitted power from the master unit was split into two directions, data throughput from Zhongshan Station was reduced to 0.36bps. That from Dome Fuji Station was only 0.13bps. For the experiment in JARE-45, we replaced the commercial MBC system with a RANDOM (RAdio Network for Data Over Meteor) system developed by the authors. The experiment is being conducted between Syowa and Zhongshan Stations. The estimated data throughput during the period from April 1st, 2004 to August 31st, 2004 was 2.9bps.
ISSN: 13451065 OPAC
Article NAID: 110001707826 ciniia
Journal NCID: AA11397422 OPAC ciniib
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Others By: Mukumoto, Kaiji (椋本, 介士) (ムクモト, カイジ) -- Fukuda, Akira (福田, 明) (フクダ, アキラ) -- Nagasawa, Masashi -- Yoshihiro, Yasuaki (吉廣, 安昭) (ヨシヒロ, ヤスアキ) -- Nakano, Kei (中野, 啓) (ナカノ, ケイ) -- Ohichi, Satoshi -- Yamagishi, Hisao -- Sato, Natsuo -- Kadokura, Akira -- Yang, Huigen -- Yao, Ming Wu -- Zhang, Sen -- He, Guojing -- Jin, Li-Jun

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