How biological (fish) noise affects the performance of shallow water passive array system

Show simple item record Fernandes, W.A. Chakraborty, B. Haris, K. Vijayakumar, K. Sundar, D. Luis, R.A.A. Mahanty, M.M. Latha, G. 2015-07-10T10:53:09Z 2015-07-10T10:53:09Z 2015
dc.identifier.citation Proceedings of the International Symposium on Underwater Technology (UT-2015), 23-25 February 2015. ; National Institute of Ocean Technology, Chennai; India; 2015; UT15-122
dc.description.abstract Passive acoustic data off Grand Island, Goa were acquired using a single wideband hydrophone system deployed at the water depth of ~20.5 m during the month of April, 2014. The 4- elements hydrophone array with an aperture of 1.5 m having design frequency equivalent to 1.5 kHz was also moored at 10 m below the water surface. The analyses carried out reveals fish chorus belonging to the family Terapontidae. Significant beampattern degradation was observed particularly in the presence of fish chorus using delay and sum beamforming. Spatially interpolated virtual hydrophone element enhancement provides improved beamforming even in the presence of fish choruses
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dc.publisher NIOT, Chennai
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dc.title How biological (fish) noise affects the performance of shallow water passive array system
dc.type Conference Article

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