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Hydrophone phase stability analysis at frequencies below 100 Hz

A. C. Tims

Hydrophone phase stability analysis at frequencies below 100 Hz

by A. C. Tims

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Published by Naval Research Laboratory in Washginton, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrophone,
  • Underwater acoustics -- Instruments

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA.C. Tims and T.A. Henriquez
    SeriesNRL report -- 8314
    ContributionsHenriquez, T. A, Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.). Underwater Sound Reference Division. Transducer Branch
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 21 p. :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17961709M

    Theory of Operation of Hydrophones. It is desirable for hydrophones to have a flat frequency response, i.e., to output the same amount of voltage per amount of acoustic excitation regardless frequency. One of the easiest ways to accomplish this is to mount a piezoelectric material on a backing with a matched (or higher) acoustic impedance and then terminate it into a high electrical impedance. Examine the response and patterns of an isotropic hydrophone at three different frequencies. The hydrophone operates between 1 kHz and 10 kHz. Specify the voltage sensitivity as a vector. Set up the hydrophone parameters and obtain the voltage sensitivity at 45° azimuth and 30° elevation.

    For a given frequency, there was a threshold value of SPL below which the sheet was unaffected. The threshold SPL increased with frequency. Further, the sheet was observed to respond to a set of specific frequencies lying in the range of – Hz, the frequency set varying with the Weber number of Cited by: where F1 and F2 are low- and high-frequency En nc*se corners, F3 and F4 are low- and high-frequency In noise corners, and f is the frequency of inter p]. A Bodie plot of (18) and (19) is shown in Fig., 5., At frequencies below Fl and F3 iheCited by: 4.

    Frequency Response is the range of frequencies for which the microphone maintains a constant sensitivity within defined boundaries. Variation from this "linear" or "flat" sensitivity is given in dB; bounds that the define the linear frequency response will be in the form of ±3dB, -1dB/+4dB, etc. The Cetacean Research(tm) CR1A hydrophone model is an excellent multi-purpose hydrophone, ideal for very loud signal detection such as underwater sound from pile driver noise and underwater pressure level from air guns, and for listening and recording quieter sounds like Frequency Range (±3dB) [kHz]: † to


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Hydrophone phase stability analysis at frequencies below 100 Hz by A. C. Tims Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Hydrophone phase stability analysis at frequencies below Hz. [A C Tims; T A Henriquez; Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.). Underwater Sound Reference Detachment. Transducer Branch.]. the events. To do this the hydrophones must be calibrated well below 1 Hz. Calibrations at these frequencies are not presently provided by hydrophone manufacturers or independent calibration facilities.

To meet this requirement ONC has developed a Very Low Frequency. The hydrophone sensors record signals in the 1– Hz frequency range. The self-noise of the system is required to be 10 dB below the ocean noise for a typically quiet ocean location to maximize the detection range of the hydroacoustic network; the dynamic range is required to be at least dB, with a clipping limit of dB re mPa.

A comparison of two methods for phase response calibration of hydrophones in the frequency range 10– kHz Gary Haymana) National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex TW11.

High Frequency Membrane Hydrophone P. Lum and M. Greenstein Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, CA C. Grossman and T. Szabo Imaging Systems Division, Hewlett-Packard, Andover, MA Abstract A membrane hydrophone with a 37µm. The needle hydrophone (Lewin, ) is a compact broad-bandwidth device on the order of 1 mm in diameter with good transducer is also a half-wave resonator.

While the low-frequency response is flat (between 1 and 10 MHz in the range for most diagnostic imaging transducers), the low-frequency response, which depends on the diameter of the hydrophone, it is not smooth.

PHASE-LOCKED LOOP FREQUENCY SYNTHESIZER FEATURES Backwards Compatible with the Q and QPLL Chips Phase Noise Contributions as Low as dBc/Hz at Hz from Carrier. 5/4/03 FCS Tutorial 4 Definitions A frequency source has a sine wave output signal given by [ST-5] where V0 = nominal peak output voltage ε(t) = amplitude deviation ν0 = nominal frequency φ(t) = phase deviation For the analysis of frequency stability, we are primarily concerned with theFile Size: 2MB.

Handbook of Frequency Stability Analysis W.J. Riley Under contract with: Time and Frequency Division Physics Laboratory National Institute of Standards and Technology Broadway Boulder, CO July U.S.

Department of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez, Secretary National Institute of Standards and Technology James M. Turner, Deputy Director. Power system stability mainly concerned with rotor stability analysis.

For this various assumptions needed such as: For stability analysis balanced three phase system and balanced disturbances are considered. Deviations of machine frequencies from synchronous frequency are Size: 1MB. International comparison of free-field hydrophone calibrations in the frequency range 10 kHz to kHz Article (PDF Available) in Metrologia 36(4) March with Reads.

Membrane hydrophone Introduction resonance frequency of the hydrophones is well above MHz. Thus, a usable frequency range of up to 90 MHz is possible. Furthermore, due to the integrated preamplifier, phase, directionality and effective diameter up to 40 MHz. In the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt in Braun-File Size: KB.

Each unit was fastened on a m long 5/16" jacketed cable with a m of separation. All three VAUHs recorded continuously the low frequency acoustic signal at Hz sampling rate and maintained a relative timing accuracy of less than 10 ms. The acoustic record shows that the entire region is active with seismicity and submarine eruptions.

Hz kS/sec 19 10, Hz 50kS/sec 25, Hz kS/sec 16Hz kS/sec 64 If the data is to be transmitted in real-time to a receiving station, then the throughput of the data channel must be known, to ensure it does not become the bottleneck in the collection process.

hydrophone the phase response is flat up to a 22 MHz and shows some variation at higher frequencies with the first inflection point at the resonance peak frequency of the amplitude response.

Similar to the respective amplitude response variations, the phase response for the needle-type hydrophone shows strong variations in the frequency range.

hydrophone, therefore, would greatly expand the uses of sensors in this environment. 1 Hz 10 Hz Hz 1 kHz 10 kHz kHz 10 0 10 2 10 4 10 6 Noise (μ Pa/Hz 1/2) Acoustic Frequency Threshold (μ Pa) Figure 1 – Minimum acoustic noise in the sea (solid curve), with contributions from the acoustic.

Abstract: The acoustic spectrum of a transiting aircraft, when received by a hydrophone located beneath the sea surface, changes with time due to the acoustical Doppler effect.

The traditional method for analysing signals whose frequency content changes with time is the short-time Fourier transform that selects only a short segment of the signal (or window of data) for spectral analysis at any.

Moreover, when 10 Hz geophones are used, another dB/octave penalty is imposed below 10 Hz; see Figure 2.

All these effects combine to produce a dB/octave low frequency decay of File Size: KB. hydrophone the received signal for an H-phase is generally mostly affected by the source characteristics and the SOFAR wave propagation.

A typical in-water source will be of short duration and contain both low and high frequencies (zero Hz). The SOFAR waveguide will prolong the signal (this depends on. The methods are demonstrated by the simultaneous calibration of data channels of a digital hydrophone line array at 1/3 octave band center frequencies ranging from to Hz.

The 95% confidence interval of the voltage sensitivity estimates was not more than 1 by: 1. Description: The TC Miniature hydrophone offers a wide frequency range from 2Hz to over kHz. The frequency response is flat from 2Hz to kHz.

The hydrophones directivity is typically omnidirectional up to kHz. The TC incorporates a high quality 10dB low .The maxima and minima inflection point slopes occur at the membrane thickness resonances and antiresonances, respectively.

A cable resonance was seen at MHz for the hydrophone with a 1-m cable attached, but not seen for the hydrophone with a shorter m cable. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Publication Types:Cited by: 6.The results presented in the next section were obtained by employing TDS calibration from 1 to 40 MHz, TGFA method from MHz and the nonlinear model [13] from MHz.

This overlapping of frequency ranges allowed verification of the developed calibration approach and Cited by: