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Investigation of Target Echoes in Multi-static SONAR System - Part I : Design for Acoustic Measuring System
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Investigation of Target Echoes in Multi-static SONAR System - Part I : Design for Acoustic Measuring System
Bae, Ho Seuk; Ji, Yoon Hee; Kim, Wan-Jin; Kim, Woo-Shik; Kim, Jea Soo; Yun, Sung-Ung;
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 Abstract
The target echoes contain information on the target such as the orientation, kinematics, and internal structure, as well as the external geometrical shape of the target. In addition, the pattern of the target echoes depends on the arrangement of the transmitters and receivers in space. Therefore, the study of the target echoes in a multi-static SONAR system can be useful for detecting and tracking submerged objects using an underwater surveillance system. For this purpose, an acoustic measuring system for multi-static target echoes was designed and tested in an acoustic water tank. Some preliminary data are presented and discussed.
 Keywords
Multi-static SONAR system;Target echoes;Measuring system;
 Language
Korean
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한국해양공학회지, 2014. vol.28. 5, pp.440-451 crossref(new window)
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Investigation of Target Echoes in Multi-static SONAR system - Part II : Numerical Modeling with Experimental Verification, Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, 2014, 28, 5, 440  crossref(new windwow)
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