Ping Kwan Tam

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An acoustic vector-sensor (also known as vector-hydrophone in underwater applications) is composed of two or three spatially collocated but orthogonally oriented acoustic velocity sensors, plus possibly a collocated acoustic pressure sensor. Such an acoustic vector sensor is versatile for direction-finding, due to its azimuth-elevation spatial response’s(More)
An “acoustic vector sensor” (also known as a “vector hydrophone” in underwater or sea-surface applications) is composed of three orthogonally oriented uni-axial particle-velocity sensors, plus a “pressure-sensor” (i.e., a microphone or a hydrophone)—all collocated in a point-like spatial geometry. (This collocated setup is versatile for direction finding,(More)
An “acoustic vector sensor” (also known as a “vector hydrophone” in underwater or sea-surface applications) is composed of three orthogonally oriented uni-axial particle-velocity sensors, plus a “pressure-sensor” (i.e., a microphone or a hydrophone) - all collocated in a point-like spatial geometry. (This collocated(More)
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