Optimising the Active Sonar System Design
Keywords: Ripple directional transmission, Sonar configuration
AbstractDesigning an optimum sonar system for a given platform is based on analysing various parameters in their totality, establishing the constraints and assumptions relevant to the platform and the environment as well as on manipulating the design parameters to arrive at the sonar configuration that will maximise performance. In this paper, the design tradeoffs involved in the system design for an active sonar are discussed. A computer aided analysis for the 'first order' estimation of the sonar performance is presented. Typical results of the analysis in connection with the design for certain hypothetical systems are also included.
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George, P., & Paulraj, A. (2014). Optimising the Active Sonar System Design. Defence Science Journal, 35(3), 295-311. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.35.6024
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