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AbstractThe synchro double pulse signal mode is freqently used in Short Base Line (SBL) underwater positioning system so as to obtain the information of both distance and depth of a target simultaneously. Howerer, this signal mode also brings about ranging indistinctness resulting in a shorter positioning distance much less than that limited by the period of the synchro signal. This paper presents a hardware distance gate date acquiring scheme. It puts the original data sent to the computer in order of “direct first pulse--depth information pulse (or first pulse reflected by water surface)•••- to guarantee the effective positioning distance of the system. It has the advantage of reducing the processing time of the computer thus ensuring the realtime functioning of the system.
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