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Multiple constraint matched field processing tolerant to array tilt mismatch

TitleMultiple constraint matched field processing tolerant to array tilt mismatch
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsByun G., Akins F.H, Gemba K.L, Song HC, Kuperman WA
Volume147
Pagination1231-1238
Date Published2020/02
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number0001-4966
Accession NumberWOS:000519706600001
Keywordsacoustics; Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology; noise; performance
Abstract

A multiple constraint method (MCM) specifically designed to accommodate the uncertainty of array tilt is developed for matched field processing (MFP). Combining the MCM with the white noise gain constraint method results in a processor that is tolerant to both array tilt and environmental mismatch. Experimental results verify the robustness of the proposed MFP to localize and track a surface ship radiating broadband noise (200-500 Hz), using a 56-m long vertical array with tilt in approximately 100-m deep shallow water.

DOI10.1121/10.0000784
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Research Topics: 
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