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HydroAcoustic Signal Analysis System

HASAS (HydroAcoustic Signal Analysis System) is a modular system for passive sonar signal analysis. It can be used for biological research or surveillance, for example. The soundcard is used as input device, and it currently includes all the very basic functionality; beamforming, direction finding, level histogram, LOFAR/DEMON (narrowband spectrogram), wideband spectrogram, and raw audio.


Programmer reference in PostScript, HTML formats from http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=25288


version 1.7.0 (developmental)
released on 26 October 2003

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Janet Casey

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Leaders and contributors

Jussi Laako Maintainer

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Software prerequisites

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Weak prerequisiteflac
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Weak prerequisiteMOI
Weak prerequisitealsa

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 28 January 2010.


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