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Is it ok to transmit signal with high frequency in seawater?

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Is it ok to transmit signal with high frequencies in seawater?????????.........If so how about its attenuation, is it high or not?????
 

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Re: explain

for seawater transmitter, usually use Sonar, that its frequency is Ultrasound which is not so high.
 

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So it means high frequency transmission on the under seawater is not applicable??
 

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Re: explain

yes, as u know even Microwave frequencies are absorbed by water (a good example is Microwave oven).


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