Remote sensing, processing and transmission of data for an unmanned aerial vehicle
Howard, Donald Benton.
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This thesis chronicles the development of a proof-of-concept, stand-alone, Unattended Ground Sensor (UGS) that can be used to sense and process signals associated with the motion of large vehicles, troops, or aircraft. The results of this signal processing are then transmitted to an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). The UGS uses acoustic and seismic sensors to provide data to a Digital Signal Processing (DSP) computer. Digital signal processing algorithms can be independently developed in the C programming language and linked with the software developed for this project
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