The Auxiliary Tracking System (ATS) is being developed to allow for an accurate underwater tracking capability that can be deployed anywhere in the world. A simulation was created to determine the impact upon the relative accuracy of the system due to a normally distributed noise. The simulation was used to look at the impact of range between targets and the depth spacing of the suspended transducers on the relative tracking accuracy.
Read, Robert R.
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
Naval Postgraduate School
M.S. in Applied Science
Antisubmarine Warfare Academic Group
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