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Target Range Estimation Method using Ghost Target in the Submarine Linear Array Sonar
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 Title & Authors
Target Range Estimation Method using Ghost Target in the Submarine Linear Array Sonar
Choi, Byungwoong; Kim, Kyubaek;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose target range estimation method using ghost target in the submarine linear array sonar. Usually, when submarine detect target, they use passive sonar detection to avoid self-disclosure by active sonar transmission. But, originally, passive linear array sonar have limitation for target range estimation and additional processing is required to get target range information. For the case of near-field target, typical range estimation method is using multiple information by multipath effect in underwater environment. Acoustic signal generated from target are propagated along with numerous multipath in underwater environment. Since multipath target signals received in the linear array sonar have different conic angles each other, ghost target is appeared at the bearing different with real target bearing and sonar operator can find these information on the operation console. Under several assumption, this geometric properties can be analysed mathematically and we get the target range by derivation of this geometric equations using measured conic angles of real target and ghost target.
 Keywords
Submarine;Linear Array Sonar;Range Estimation;Multipath;Ghost Target;
 Language
Korean
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