Based on the echo criterion defined by Dietsch in 1983, a postprocessing software for MLSSA data has been developed. Measured impulse responses are checked whether they pass the defined echo threshold. This is determined by a special integration procedure taking into consideration the level of each reflection as well as its arriving time. Practical results are presented.
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