A Molecular-Electronic Hydrophone for Low-Frequency Research of Ambient Noise in the World Ocean
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This work is devoted to the problems of elaboration of the instrumental basis for low-frequency sensing of ambient noise of the ocean. The experimental data of testing of the technical parameters of a molecular-electronic hydrophone are given. The amplitude-frequency and noise parameters of prototypes have been studied. The operation of a hydrophone with a frequency range of 0.02–200 Hz and sensitivity of 0.75 mV/Pa is described. Ambient noise was measured with the use of correlation analysis.
This work was performed at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, project no. 14.578.21.0243.
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