Sensors, Vol. 19, Pages 4522: Passive Source Localization Using Compressive Sensing

Sensors, Vol. 19, Pages 4522: Passive Source Localization Using Compressive Sensing Sensors doi: 10.3390/s19204522 Authors: Hangfang Zhao M Jehanzeb Irshad Huihong Shi Wen Xu This paper presents an underwater passive source localization method by forming an underdetermined linear inversion problem. The signal strength on a specified grid is evaluated using sparse reconstruction algorithms by exploiting the spatial sparsity of the source signals. Our strategy leads to a high ratio of measurements to sparsity (RMS), an increase in the peak sharpness with a low side lobe level, and minimization of the dimensionality of the problem due to the formulation of the system equation of the multiple snapshots based on the data correlation matrix. Furthermore, to reduce the computational burden, pre-locating with Bartlett is presented. Our proposed technique can perform close to Bartlet and white noise gain constraint processes in the single-source scenario, but it can give slightly better results while localizing multiple sources. It exhibits the respective characteristics of traditionally used Bartlett and white noise gain constraint methods, such as robustness to environmental/system mismatch and high resolution. Both the simulated and experimental data are processed to demonstrate the effectiveness of the method for underwater source localization.
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