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The reflection from a target depends not only on the material it is made of, but more critically on its shape and the way it is presented to the sonar. Small changes in the orientation of the target to the incident power may have a 34 Perception at Millimetre Wavelengths very large effect on the power collected by the receiver. Sharp edges and protruding objects reflect much more power than smooth surfaces. 1 Smooth Surfaces: The Specular Model Surfaces exhibiting smooth reflection, such as mirrors, are rare for light.
Also shown is the pulse from a poorer reflector, arriving at the same time. The times at which the two real signals cross the threshold are 935 and 1G23JUS respectively, illustrating the range biasing caused by variable amplitude of real signals Fig. 3 Examples of a sonar ring on a Real World Interface platform. You can see the circular transducers just below the top of the main platform provide good coverage, the transducers may be placed at intervals as small as 15°(the optimum interval is governed by the beam-width).
Note that the overall shape depends on the directivity of the antenna as well as the surface properties. 36 35 30 30 25 itude „ 25 f 20 E 11 D. I15 15 10 10 5 ! I, ',*• I,! 5 i Range[m] Fig. 9 On the left, a reflection from a smooth plane, viewed obliquely, showing only a specular component in the direction of normal incidence. On the right, one from a rough surface, showing components centred both in the direction of normal incidence and along the line of sight. 3 Scattering Cross Section So far we have dealt mainly with planar surfaces.