Waveguide mode amplitude estimation using warping and phase compensation.

@article{Bonnel2017WaveguideMA,
  title={Waveguide mode amplitude estimation using warping and phase compensation.},
  author={J. Bonnel and S. Caporale and A. Thode},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={2017},
  volume={141 3},
  pages={
          2243
        }
}
In shallow water, low-frequency propagation can be described by modal theory. Acoustical oceanographic measurements under this situation have traditionally relied on spatially filtering signals with arrays of synchronized hydrophones. Recent work has demonstrated how a method called warping allows isolation of individual mode arrivals on a single hydrophone, a discovery that subsequently opened the door for practical single-receiver source localization and geoacoustic inversion applications… Expand
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