FREELY DRIFTING INFRASONIC SENSOR SYSTEM.

W. S. Hodgkiss, V. C. Anderson, G. L. Edmonds, J. C. Nickles, Richard Lee Culver

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Abstract

The design of an element of a freely drifting infrasonic sensor array is described. The intent of this measurement system is to gather wide-aperture data sets which will be used both to characterize ambient noise in the region 1-10 Hz and to assess the gains possible from beamforming utilizing a collection of VLF sensors. Coherent processing (beamforming) of the infrasonic sensor data is made possible by relative position measurements derived from mutual acoustic interrogation of the elements at a higher frequency.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
EditorsDaniel Steiger
PublisherIEEE
Pages79-84
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)0818606568
StatePublished - 1986

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Beamforming
Position measurement
Sensors
Sensor arrays
Acoustics
Processing

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Hodgkiss, W. S., Anderson, V. C., Edmonds, G. L., Nickles, J. C., & Culver, R. L. (1986). FREELY DRIFTING INFRASONIC SENSOR SYSTEM. In D. Steiger (Ed.), Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 79-84). IEEE.
Hodgkiss, W. S. ; Anderson, V. C. ; Edmonds, G. L. ; Nickles, J. C. ; Culver, Richard Lee. / FREELY DRIFTING INFRASONIC SENSOR SYSTEM. Unknown Host Publication Title. editor / Daniel Steiger. IEEE, 1986. pp. 79-84
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FREELY DRIFTING INFRASONIC SENSOR SYSTEM. / Hodgkiss, W. S.; Anderson, V. C.; Edmonds, G. L.; Nickles, J. C.; Culver, Richard Lee.

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