John E. Piper

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The history of beamforming in sonar applications goes back many years. Perhaps Collodon and Sturm’s use of a horn receiver in their 1826 measurement of the speed of sound in water is a first example. Their 13-km range certainly required a receiver with a good beam pattern to increase the signal to a measureable level. Although receivers have changed over(More)
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