The application of high-speed processors to propagation experiments using explosives
The possibility of analysing explosive signals directly, without an intermediate recording system, offers large improvement~ in the quality and rapid availability of results from acoustic propagation experiments. The requirements for a ship-borne system to process a number of broad-band channels simultaneously and present information in both frequency and time domains are examined, together with some practical aspects of implementing such a system using currently available general-purpose array processors.
SourceIn: Real-time, general purpose, high-speed signal processing systems for underwater research (SACLANTCEN Conference Proceedings CP-25), Part 1, 1979, pp. 6-1 - 6-5.
Pyett, J. S.