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Mining Publication: Data Security for In-Mine Transmission: Final Report - Part I

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Original creation date: February 1981

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A survey of electromagnetic noise reports was performed and a summary of the results are given. Industrial concerns were surveyed for techniques to minimize the effects of electromagnetic noise and are presented. The common types of communication links used in mines today are presented. A mathematical development was presented which determines the probability of bit errors versus distance for various types of communication links designed for in mine use. The probability of undetected errors for the protocols of the communication links is given together with burst error detection.

Authors: JG Bredeson, JL Kohler, H Singh

Contract/MOA Report - February 1981

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 10002126

University of Oklahoma. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Contract No. J0308024, NTIS No. PB81-221988, 1981 Feb; :1-99