Biomimetic Echolocation With Application to Radar and Sonar Sensing


Nature provides a number of examples where acoustic echolocation is the primary sensing modality, the most well known of these being the bat, whale, and dolphin. All demonstrate a remarkable ability to “see with sound.” Using echolocation, they navigate, locate, and capture prey. As species, they have not only survived but have thrived in all… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/JPROC.2014.2306252


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