Advanced Technology Laboratory,
Applied Research Laboratories,
The University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, TX 78712 USA
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Companion papers were presented at Asilomar 2010 and SiPS 2010.
One way to suppress unwanted paths is with a directional receiving array. Indeed, many existing large, directional acoustic arrays could be used as ACOMMS receivers. In a number of these arrays, wideband monopulse outputs could be made available. These directional beam outputs, in monopulse pairs, can selectively suppress, or even null, offending multipath when combined with a simple scalar weight. Using an experimental system, we show how a relatively short equalizer, using as inputs the wideband monopulse beam outputs of a large array, can form the backbone of an ACOMMS system that performs effectively in a multipath-limited environment. Our contributions include
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