Multi-Waveform Active Sonar Tracking

Multi-Waveform Active Sonar Tracking

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Automatic tracking of active sonar data is an important component in the signal and information processing chain that enables effective surveillance performance. Multi-sensor fusion (of which multistatics is a special case) provides additional benefits, provided care is taken in terms of sensor threshold settings, system calibration, and fusion architecture selection. The NURC DMHT enables an optimized selection of processing architecture.

Inspec keywords: search radar; target tracking; sonar signal processing; sensor fusion; sonar tracking; calibration

Other keywords: information processing chain; system calibration; multiwaveform active sonar tracking; fusion architecture selection; multisensor fusion; sensor threshold settings; NURC DMHT; processing architecture; surveillance performance; signal processing; automatic active sonar data tracking

Subjects: Sensing devices and transducers; Oceanographic and hydrological techniques and equipment; Signal processing and detection; Sonar and acoustic radar

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