Characteristics of sound pulse transmission in shallow sea and correlation detection
Statistical characteristics of sound pulses and some typical marine noises in a shallow sea were analysed. With special requirements for underwater telemetric and telecontrolled devices in mind, a specific signal processing scheme (digital correlation accumulation) is put forward. Theoretical analyses on some underwater acoustic instruments showed this signal processing scheme is applicable to a shallow acoustic channel with variable spatiotemporal characteristics, multipath pulses and high noise level, and may be of general significance for underwater acoustic telemetry and telecontrol.
KeywordsRepetition Period Multipath Signal Digital Time Multipath Interference Pulse Repetition Period
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