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Source signature deconvolution method

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #7551515.

A method of filtering seismic signals is described using the steps of obtaining the seismic signals generated by activating a seismic source and recording signals emanating from the source at one or more receivers; defining a source signature deconvolution filter to filter the seismic signal, wherein the filter is scaled by a frequency-dependent term based on an estimate of the signal-to-noise (S/N) based on the spectral power of a signal common to a suite of angle-dependent far-field signatures normalized by the total spectral power of the signatures within the angular suite and performing a source signature deconvolution using the source signature deconvolution filter.

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