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The main purpose of this study is to customize a Shipboard Monitoring for Philippine Merchant Marine Academy. It also shows an excellent reliability with respect to transmission ratio speed of sensor nodes and a significant connectivity between nodes located in different compartments and decks separated by metallic watertight doors using the shipboard monitoring system, (Kdouh et al., 2013).
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