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EE-608 Course project Bearings Only Target Motion Analysis. Pannir Selvam E (05407703) Vikram Mehta Praveen Goyal (05307810) Guided By Prof. U.B. Desai. AIM.

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Ee 608 course project bearings only target motion analysis

EE-608 Course projectBearings Only Target Motion Analysis

Pannir Selvam E (05407703)

Vikram Mehta

Praveen Goyal (05307810)

Guided By

Prof. U.B. Desai


Ee 608 course project bearings only target motion analysis

AIM

Estimate the range and velocity of a submarine utilizing only the noisy bearing measurements from a single moving platform using a Kalman Filter Structure


Kalman filter along with the target model

Kalman Filter along with the target model

Target model

Estimator

Z-1

Observer Dynamics Equation

K(k+1)

Z-1

H[(k+1)]

(k+1,k)

Target Dynamics Equation

Bearing Tracker Preprocessor

Measurement


Dynamic model measurement equation used

Dynamic model & measurement equation used


References

References

  • “Position and Velocity Estimation Via Bearing Observations” by Allen G Lindgren and Kai F Gong, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. AES-14, No. 4, July 1978

  • Signal Processing by Misha Schwartz

  • Adaptive Filter Theory by Simon Haykin


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