Model-independent range localization of a moving source in shallow water.

  title={Model-independent range localization of a moving source in shallow water.},
  author={Sandrine T Rakotonarivo and William A. Kuperman},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={132 4},
A method for range localization with a single sensor in an ocean waveguide is derived. Range localization typically requires an accurate environmental acoustics model used for processing acoustic data on a multi-element array. Recently, an alternative method for estimating range has emerged based on the waveguide invariant which still requires either an array of sufficient horizontal extent or data from a moving source for which range rate is known. In analogy to the waveguide invariant… CONTINUE READING

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