Krishna, Murali K and Anand, GV (2009) Narrowband Detection of Acoustic Source in Shallow Ocean using Vector Sensor Array. In: Oceans 2009 Conference, OCT 26-29, 2009, Biloxi, MS, pp. 956-963.
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The problem of narrowband CFAR (constant false alarm rate) detection of an acoustic source at an unknown location in a range-independent shallow ocean is considered. If a target is present, the received signal vector at an array of N sensors belongs to an M-dimensional subspace if N exceeds the number of propagating modes M in the ocean. A subspace detection method which utilises the knowledge of the signal subspace to enhance the detector performance is presented in thisMpaper. It is shown that, for a given number of sensors N, the performance of a detector using a vector sensor array is significantly better than that using a scalar sensor array. If a target is detected, the detector using a vector sensor array also provides a concurrent coarse estimate of the bearing of the target.
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|Department/Centre:||Division of Electrical Sciences > Electrical Communication Engineering|
|Date Deposited:||24 Aug 2010 05:30|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 06:14|
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