In-Band Full-Duplex Underwater Acoustic Communication Measurements: Self-interference
The presented data contain recordings of underwater acoustic transmissions collected from a field experiment whose goal was to characterize self-interference for in-band full-duplex underwater acoustic communications. The experiment was conducted in the Lake of Tuscaloosa in July 2019. A single transmission-receiving line was deployed off a boat that was moored in the center of the lake. The transmission-receiving line had one acoustic transmitter and eight hydrophone receivers. Two types of signals, binary phase-shift keying (BPSK) and orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM), were transmitted at the center frequency of 28 kHz. The receptions were recorded in .wav audio files by eighter high-precision digital hydrophones. In addition to the acoustic data, a complete set of source information, environmental measurements, and processed impulse responses are included in the data package. Matlab programs are also provided to retrieve the data and facilitate further analysis.
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