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A high accuracy ultrasound distance measurement system using binary frequency shift-keyed signal and phase detection

By Fouad Aldawi, Andrew P. Longstaff, Simon Fletcher, Peter Mather and Alan Myers

Abstract

A highly accurate binary frequency shift-keyed ultrasonic distance measurement system for use in air\ud is described. This paper presents an efficient algorithm which combines both the time-of-flight method\ud and the phase-shift method. The method used will allow a larger range measurement than the phaseshift\ud method and also result in higher accuracy compared with time-of-flight method. The simulation in\ud air uses BFSK with the frequencies of 40 and 40.7 KHz. The system will give a resolution of\ud 0.0231mm/° at different temperature and humidity. The main advantages of this system are high\ud resolution, low cost narrow bandwidth requirement and ease of implementation

Topics: T1, TA, QC
Publisher: University of Huddersfield
Year: 2007
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:3789

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  1. (2002). A high accuracy ultrasound distance measurement system, doi

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