Ten-inch glass ball ARGOS transmitter using Seimac Ltd. platform terminal transmitter
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This is a description of the design and motivation for the newest generation of submersible ARGOS transmitters currently used by the Subsurface Mooring Operations Group at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as well as the general operations and assembly procedures.
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