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Mining Publication: Wireless MF Communication System

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September 1980

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This report adds to the current boy of underground communications system design knowledge by: accurately defining (measuring) the 12 dB SINAD sensitivity of the system receivers and then stating the equivalent magnetic field strength in uA/m; showing that when a passageway repeater is used in loop to loop via the line communication link that the received signal level dependence in line current is only at the first power of distance; and maximizing the transmit magnetic moment is extremely important in the design of the transmit antenna network.

Authors: LG Stolarczyk

Contract/MOA ReportSeptember - 1980

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20031946

A.R.F. Products, Inc. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines. Monthly Technical Letter Report Number Nine, Contact No. H0308004, Sept 1980; :1-39

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