Advanced Signal Processing

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P. Peregrinus, Jan 1, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 297 pages
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Covers the many aspects of modern signal processing systems from the transduction unit through to the display. Contents include: Transmitter aerials. High power amplifier design for active sonar. Radar transmitters. Receiver array technology for sonar. New underwater acoustic sensors. GaAs IC amplifiers for radar and communication receivers. Integrated optical techniques for acousto-optic receivers. Logarithmic receivers. CCD processors for sonar. Very high speed integrated circuits (VHSIC) technology for digital signal processing applications. Digital filters. Display types. Scan converters in sonar. Display ergonomics. High throughput sonar processors. Optical fibre systems for signal processing. Satellite communications.

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David Creasey joined GEC (Telecommunications) Limited, Coventry, on a 5-year apprenticeship. As part of this apprenticeship he attended Southampton University, where he graduated with a first-class honours degree in Electrical Engineering in 1961. In 1963, he was appointed Hirst Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham. In 1966 he was awarded his PhD for studies involving realiability in computing systems. Subsequently he became a lecturer, and then senior lecturer, in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Birmingham, where his main research interests have concerned signal processing for sonar systems. He is now Director of the Wolfson Underwater Acoustics Unit at the University. He has served on a number of outside bodies and is presently a member of the IEE Professional Group Committee E15 (Radar, Sonar, Navigation and Avionics).