- Volume 22 Issue 10
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Study on Bearing and Frequency Target Motion Analysis for Passive Line Array SONAR Using Accumulative Batch Estimation
누적 일괄추정 기법을 이용한 수동 선배열 소나 방위 주파수 - 표적기동분석 연구
- Kim, In-Soo (Agency for Defense Development)
- 김인수 (국방과학연구소)
- Received : 2016.08.24
- Accepted : 2016.09.20
- Published : 2016.10.01
Bearing and frequency measurements of TMA (Target Motion Analysis) in passive line array SONAR have lower bearing rate and frequency doppler, and are not detected or tracked continuously because of various ocean environments. This is a main reason to effect the TMA performance and it takes a long time to get TMA solutions. We propose the bearing and frequency TMA(BFTMA) using accumulative batch estimation to solve the TMA problem of line array passive SONAR. The accumulative batch estimation structure is based on MLE (Maximum Likelihood Estimation) but used accumulative measurements. The accumulative batch estimation is applied for the BFTMA with nonlinear Kalman filter to estimate the target range, speed and course. Simulation and sea data analysis were carried out to verify the performance and applicability of the proposed techniques.
Grant : 체계개발
Supported by : 국방과학연구소
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