2013 Academic Year Seminars
Speaker(s): David Nunn
We consider first the generic technology of array processing or 'adaptive beamforming', and its relation to non adaptive conventional beamforming. The many intriguing aspects of the sonar problem are highlighted and we show that simple adaptive beamforming is not practicable.
Next robust broadband algorithms are described that provide excellent broadband interference nulling at a computational cost that is within the bounds of practicality.