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An Accuracy Improvement Method on Acoustic Source Localization Using Ground Reflection Effect
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An Accuracy Improvement Method on Acoustic Source Localization Using Ground Reflection Effect
Go, Yeong-Ju; Choi, Donghun; Lee, Jaehyung; Choi, Jong-Soo; Ha, Jae-Hyoun; Na, Taeheum;
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 Abstract
A technique for improving estimation accuracy is introduced in order to locate the impact position of artillery shell during the weapon scoring test. Study on localization of impacts using acoustic measurement has been conducted and the usability of sensor array is verified with experiments. When the blast occurs above the ground in the firing range, the acoustic sensor above the ground can measure the directly propagated sound with the ground-reflected one. In this study, a method for reducing estimation error by using the reflection signal measurements based on the time difference of arrival method. Considering the reflection sound works as same as placing a virtual sensor symmetrically through the ground. This idea enables a virtual three-dimensional array configuration with a two-dimensional plane array above the ground as such. The time difference between the direct and the reflected propagations can be estimated using cepstrum analysis. Performance test has been made in the simulation experiment in the football size area.
 Keywords
Acoustic Source Localization;Time Difference of Arrival;Cepstrum;Ground Reflection;
 Language
Korean
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