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Single-ping target speed and course estimation using a bistatic sonar

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2 Author(s)
P. A. M. de Theije ; Underwater Technol. Dept., Hague, The Netherlands ; J. -C. Sindt

This paper focuses on estimating the two-dimensional (2-D) target-speed vector (course and speed) using a multistatic sonar that consists of one monostatic sonar and one bistatic receiver. The speed and course estimates are obtained after a single transmission. The theory on bistatic Doppler and 2-D target-speed vector estimation is first considered and then applied to simulated and real data. The results can be used to improve classification algorithms or to feed speed information to tracking algorithms, for example

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IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 1 )