SUBSEA 20/20 Named N. American Agency for EvoLogics

By Eric Haun
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Factory training will bring expertise in unique S2C technology to new markets

SUBSEA 20/20, Inc. announced it was recently named an authorized sales agency for EvoLogics underwater communication and positioning systems. In support of the new partnership, SUBSEA 20/20 principal, Eric Munday, completed a technical sales training program at EvoLogics headquarters in Berlin, Germany. In doing so, SUBSEA 20/20 becomes the first factory-trained agency for EvoLogics in North America. Munday received in-depth technical training in EvoLogics underwater acoustic modems and USBL positioning systems and is now able to offer consulting in system configuration and selection.

EvoLogics Sweep Spread Carrier (S2C) technology was developed during eight years research on the physics of dolphins’ ability to communicate underwater across great distances. S2C technology mimics the naturally existing sonar used by marine mammals to achieve vastly superior bandwidth and transmission rates. EvoLogics underwater acoustic modems and positioning systems continuously spread the signal energy over a wide range of frequencies and adapt the signal structure so that the multipath components do not interfere with each other. At the receiver end, advanced signal processing collects the energy and converts the received signals into sharp signals. This results in achieving significant depression of multipath disturbances and substantial system gain, enabling successful decoding of signals also in challenging environments.

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