Large-Array Signal and Noise Analysis. Location Statistics for Frequency-Wavenumber Processing
Special scientific rept. no. 25
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC DALLAS SCIENCE SERVICE DIV
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Results of a computer study which theoretically determined the detection and location capabilities of various wavenumber spectral techniques are presented in this report. Two distinct short-period array configurations were simulated. The first configuration simulated was a 13-element array employing the outputs of the inner 13 subarrays of the Montana LASA. In this case, the ambient noise was considered to be completely uncorrelated. The second configuration simulated consisted of all or a portion of a standard LASA subarray. Various noise models, made up of mostly organized noise, were used.