Interferometric Direction Finding by a Vector-Scalar Receiver
A method for interferometric direction finding of a broadband sound source in an oceanic waveguide by a single vector-scalar receiver is presented. The method is based on the double Fourier transform of the interference pattern formed during motion. The efficiencies of the proposed direction finding method and the method based on measuring the delay times of signals arriving at spaced scalar receivers are compared based on the natural experiment results. The noise immunity of the interferometric direction finding method is considered.
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