Journal of Science and Technological Developments published a research article titled 'Autonomous Geohydroacoustic Ice Buoy of New Generation'.
A geohydroacoustic ice buoy is a finalized measuring autonomous instrument including an analog one-component molecular-electronic measuring instrument of the CME-4211V type (based on the MET), a power source, a seismic data logger of the NDAS-8224 type.
Seismic sensors based on the MET (molecular-electronic technology) are highly reliable instruments. They do not require neither any special means or methods for transportation and deployment, nor service or mass locking. Moreover, these instruments are well-suited for field surveys and for quick deployment of seismic network.
The article provides the comparison results of long laboratory tests for Streckeisen, Guralp and CME (R-sensors) as well as confirms operability of the new instrument and its compliance to the world's analogues in its key parameters.
The authors of the article are prominent scientists holding Grand PhDs and PhDs.