LinkQuest - Press Release - July
Deepwater TrackLink Systems
Gain Further Popularity
TrackLink USBL tracking systems are the world's
best selling USBL positioning systems. The deepwater
models TrackLink 5000 and 10000 systems have gained
further popularity recently. Hawaii Undersea Research
Lab recently took delivery of a TrackLink 5000HA
system with 3 TN5010A transponders for tracking
deepwater manned submersibles Pisces V and Pisces
IV. This system has been extensively used to track
the submersibles in HURL's recent expedition to
South Pacific Ocean for study of undersea volcanos.
The Seabed Technology and Research Center at the
University of Mississippi has purchased a TrackLink
5000HA system to track towed seismic receivers
in its survey projects in Gulf of Mexico. Deep
Ocean Expeditions has also taken delivery of a
TrackLink 5000HA system. This system will be used
to track its fleet of deepwater manned submersibles.
Additionally, LinkQuest has shipped an Ultra-deepwater
TrackLink 10000 system to support a deepwater
expedition in Atlantic Ocean. Existing customers
of the deepwater TrackLink systems have also purchased
more transponders and spares recently.
Based on the advanced Broadband Acoustic Spread
Spectrum Technology and modern DSP technology,
the TrackLink systems offer highly accurate, robust
and cost-effective integrated USBL tracking and
communication solutions to meet worldwide demand.
For more information, visit http://www.link-quest.com
or contact the company at firstname.lastname@example.org.