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Celebi Mahallesi

İstikbal Caddesi No.: 122

Güzelbahçe, İzmir


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Sonar Performance Prediction Systems SPPS


The SPPS is desiged for:

It handles active and passive sonar detection problems, broadband and narrowband signals. All types of sonar antennas are included like

The directivity patterns of the antennas are variable (including side lobe level, horizontal beamwidth, horizontal direction, vertical beamwidth and tilt angle).

Coherent and non-coherent signal processing algorithms. Threshold system. Examination of environmental effects on the sonar system and the naval warfare scenario.

Integrated Ocean-Accoustic Propagation Model

A PE, a CM and a Ray propagation model are integrated under one umbrella, the expert system. In this way, the expert system will help and guide the operator in selecting and using the propagation models.

The objective of this hybrid model system is to provide accurate, valid and userfriendly 2D, N x 2D and 3D model capable of realistically predicting the propagation of sound in the sea. The frequency ranges of the hybrid model system cover the ranges from 10 Hz to 1 MHz. The hybrid model system will be able to incorporate:


Environmental Data Base (EDB)

An EDB is a system for storage, display, management and analysis of spatial data. This data base will store in files shallow water acoustic measurements in terms of the measurement position in latitude and longitude and the measurement time in year, month and hour (useful for checking diurnal effects).

In an EDB each piece of spatial information has an associated co-ordinate that explicitly specifies where it is located. For example, when storing sea temperature and/or salinity data, there are x,y,z co-ordinates that specify the location and depth of each particular measurement.

An EDB, therefore, consists of different layers and coverages of information that are interrelated through the coordinate system. Because of these interrelationships, data on different layers (i.e. temperature, salinity etc.) can be analysed and potential relationships explored.

Finally, a very important characteristic of an EDB is that it permits visualisation of spatial data.

An EDB system that stores data related to the sea could include layers related to:

and could be “tied” to interpolation routines that estimate temperature, salinity etc. between measurement points and display thematic maps.

PC Based Generic Sonar Simulator



Own Ship

Environment and sea acoustic parameters

SVP, wind speed, bottom depth and material, sub-bottom parameters, reverberation parameters, shipping density, rain, ice, biologic, seismic Transmission Loss calculation is based on

Sonar Model


GSS generates sonar video for all typical display formats: B-Scope, A-Scope, PPI, Passive amplitude/bearing, Passive waterfall (BT), DEMON, LOFAR, NB frequency/bearing (BFI), Active bearing track (SSI), Active Doppler track (TDI), Passive bearing track (BDI), and more.

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