Deep Sea Antenna Enclosure

  • January 7, 2013

During my spring semester Junior year in College, I took the semester off to live and work in Australia.  An alum was gracious enough to hire me as a research assistant at the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics.  I worked on an autonomous submersible robot that was built by the researchers to study changes in the oceans and reefs.

In that role, I designed a deep water housing for an antenna cluster.  The housing was meant to replace a make-shift antenna mount that was not certified at depth.  On top of the housing is a glass sphere that allows visual indicators and line of sight communication.