Trajectory Estimation of Moving Target in the Medium with a Strong Scattering
The coordinate estimation of moving target in sea medium (in active or passive mode) is based on the measurement of angle spectrum by 2D beamforming. The term “beamforming” automatically implies that hydroacoustical system executes the solution of reverse wave problem. In other words at first the system is forming the 2D- angle spectrum of incident waves on array what is the same that the reconsruction of source function. Then one can estimate the angle coordinates from maximum of angle response using different procedures. In free space beamforming is based on Fourie-Frenel transformations and on a priory estimation of Green’s function for inhomogeneous medium. The last procedure is known as matchfield signal processing.
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