The TEC4SEA infrastructure can provide several types of services, each one of which can be offered in one or more of the following modes:

 Turnkey: The service will be provided as specified, without requiring the client’s intervention in its execution.

 Support: The client wants to be part of a cooperative process of product development, leveraging the support—both material and in know-how­—of TEC4SEA.

 Access: The client has the necessary know-how, and only requires supervised access to TEC4SEA’s assets and equipment.

 Training: The client wants to obtain specialized training in the area.

The modes in which each one of the offered services can be provided can be found in the service description.

Characterization of acoustic systems and devices

Analysis and characterization of underwater acoustic equipment.

Experiments on underwater acoustics in littoral waters

Design, preparation and execution of underwater acoustic experiments in littoral waters.

Spectral analysis

Spectral analysis in baseband of to 6 Ghz, with maximum sampling frequency of 20  Gsa/s. The analysis can be …

Network protocols parameterization and optimization

Parameterization and optimization of network protocols for adaptation to specific contexts, requirements …

TCP connectivity provision for temporary applications

Deployment of temporary networks with ballon-, drone-, or station-(fixed or mobile) based hubs, with a bit rate …

Analysis and characterization of RF and microwave devices

Analysis and characterization of the amplitude and phase responses of electronic components (circuits and …

RF and microwave components and circuits design

RF and microwave components and circuits design                           

Analysis and characterization of opto-electronic devices

Analysis and characterization of opto-electronic devices in the 50 MHz – 20 GHz band.

Modulation scheme analysis

Analysis and demodulation of several types of digital modulation schemes, cellular (LTE- Advanced, LTE, …

Pseudorandom sequence generation

Pseudorandom sequence generation up to 13 Gbit/s, with amplitudes of up to 1.8 V pp, with error detection. …

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