Dear all,

I'm try to understand 2D Time Reversal Reconstruction For A Line Sensor Example. If I define a binary line sensor by:

sensor.mask = zeros(Nx, Ny);

sensor.mask(60:200, 60) = 1; %1 for receiver, 0 for no receiver?

we find the received sensor_data is a array 141×Ny. Does that mean there are 141 receivers?

If so, can I sum up several receiver signals and reconstruct the image again?

For example:

NewSensor_data(1,:)= sensor_data(1,:)+sensor_data(2,:)+sensor_data(3,:);

NewSensor_data(2,:)= sensor_data(6,:)+sensor_data(7,:)+sensor_data(8,:);

...

The new detection point is the sum of the received signals of the original three detection points, and the distance between the new detection point is about the distance of the original three detection points.

Is the above idea correct?

Thanks

Zeng