PANOIC77: CEL Programming for Use at the ARC.
Technical memo. Jul-Aug 77,
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR COOLEY ELECTRONICS LAB
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The PANOIC77 experiment was a towed source acoustic propagation experiment performed in the Pacific during the months of July and August of 1977. Acoustic data was acquired at several sites and sent to the ARPA Acoustic Research Center ARC over communications links. At the ARC some of this data was processed, and all of it was recorded onto magnetic tape for later study. This report describes the programming performed by Cooley Electronics Laboratory CEL for use at the ARC during the PANOIC77 experiment. Author
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