Wilcoxon vector sensors measure the acoustic pressure and particle acceleration in three orthogonal axes.
Four sensing elements, located in a single housing with a common acoustic phase center, combine to produce a cardioid directivity pattern which provides approximately 4.8 dB improvement in the signal to noise ratio over a traditional omni-directional pressure sensor.
In addition, engineering sensors are embedded within the housing and, when combined with acoustic sensors, can provide a bearing to the target.
Harbor and inlet security
Underwater monitoring stations
Underwater acoustic research
Marine wildlife monitoring
Oil and gas exploration
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