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Short wave at 800 metres depth.

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Short wave at 800 metres depth.

Post by colly0410 » Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:07 pm

Just been watching a film on 'Movies for Men' (Freeview ch 48) called 'Sun Attack'. There were two submarines at 800 metres depth talking to each other using Short Wave radio! & here was me thing that they'd have to use 'Very Low Frequency' or even 'Extra Low Frequency' radios at that depth. Oh how I laughed.. :)

 
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Re: Short wave at 800 metres depth.

Post by turretslug » Fri Aug 29, 2014 10:25 am

"Director's Licence" methinks! Conceivably some sort of modulated carrier acoustic link?- but not very secure and short-range.

 
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Re: Short wave at 800 metres depth.

Post by Russell W. Barnes » Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:51 pm

Once you're beneath the waves, you talk to no-one. You listen, but you say nowt. That's the idea of submarines!

 
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Re: Short wave at 800 metres depth.

Post by Michael Watterson » Fri Sep 19, 2014 1:27 pm

Indeed stealth is the point of subs.
Radio (can be aerial between towed buoys) is seriously unstealthy.
Hydrophone (direct audio or ultrasonic sound) is not a good idea either.
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