A Sound Velocity Sensor is a device that is used for measuring the speed of sound, specifically in a body of water. A Sound Velocity Profiler measures the speed of sound throughout the column of water. Sound velocity in water is measured by either using a small acoustic signal which is sent to a receiver at a known distance or by measuring the variables affecting sound velocity in water; salinity, temperature and pressure variables.
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