Tutorial introduction and historical overview of the need for heading sensors in sonar applications

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Tutorial introduction and historical overview of the need for heading sensors in sonar applications. / Atkins, P.

In: IEE Colloquium (Digest), No. 4, 01.01.1994.

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title = "Tutorial introduction and historical overview of the need for heading sensors in sonar applications",
abstract = "A brief historical overview of sonar development is presented in this paper. The performance of a sonar system is often directly related to the performance of the associated non-acoustic sensors. Different types of no acoustic sensors that might be used in various applications is briefly listed in this paper. The accuracy and resolution of a non-acoustic sensor should be greater than the related parameter of the sonar system. Cost is vitally important as many of the components of a sonar system should be deployed in a very large numbers or be considered expendable.",
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year = "1994",
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note = "Colloquium on Headings Sensors For Sonar and Marine Applications ; Conference date: 12-01-1994 Through 12-01-1994",

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