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Motion effect modeling in multipath configuration using warping based lag-Doppler filtering

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Motion effect modeling in multipath configuration using warping based lag-Doppler filtering
The estimation of the impulse response (IR) of a propagation channel is necessary for a large number of acoustic applications: underwater communication, detection and localization, etc. Basically, it informs us about the distortions of a transmitted signal in one channel. This operation is usually subject to additional distortions due to the motion of the transmitter-channel-receiver configuration. This paper points on the effects of the motion while estimating the IR by matching filtering between the transmitted and the received signals and introduces a new motion compensation method. Knowing the transmitted signal, the “apparent” speed of each propagation path can be estimated using wideband ambiguity function [1]. Indeed, some interference appears in the wideband ambiguity plane because of the multipath propagation. A warpingbased lag-Doppler filtering method is proposed allowing us to accurately estimate the IR of the channel.
Nicolas F. Josso, Cornel Ioana, Cedric Gervaise, Y
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICASSP
Authors Nicolas F. Josso, Cornel Ioana, Cedric Gervaise, Yann Stéphan, Jérôme I. Mars
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