SpeechProcessing Final Project

SpeechProcessing Final Project - Sonar Signal Processing...

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Sonar Signal Processing ECE 5525 Speech Processing Cheryl Skibski Ocean Engineering
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Overview Review SONAR Correlation and auto-correlation Matched filtering Data acquisition toolbox in MATLAB commands Implementation Results Conclusions Future Work References 2/13/12 2
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Introduction Implement basic sonar Send a chirp sound through a speaker Record the bounce off the target Data processing using Data Acquisition Toolbox and Signal Processing Toolbox. 2/13/12 3
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Sound Navigation And Ranging (SONAR) Used underwater to detect objects and for navigation Essential in areas where light and clear visibility are not available 2 types of sonar: Active sonar: A sound ping is transmitted by the transducer that operates as a transmitter and receiver. Passive sonar: Listens to sound by using a hydrophone. 2/13/12 4
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Correlation and Autocorrelation 2/13/12 5
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Matched Filtering Matched filtering is a type that uses correlation to detect a
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