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  1. Ultrasonic transducers and ultrasonic sensors are devices that generate or sense ultrasound energy. They can be divided into three broad categories: transmitters, receivers and transceivers.
  2. Oct 23,  · Ultra is currently contract to supply eight Sonar Type systems for the UK Royal Navy Type 23 frigates, and this contract provides opportunities to further minimise through-life support and training costs. The novel Digital Array Module architecture comprises transducers with in-dome acquisition, matching and power amplification electronics.
  3. Ultra develops state-of-the-art underwater warfare solutions that deliver capability for the military, paramilitary and civil domains. These capabilities include anti-submarine warfare, sonobuoys, sonobuoy receivers for aircraft, surface ship mounted sonars, towed arrays, submarine sonars, sensors and acoustic countermeasures.
  4. The sonar has been designed by Ultra Electronics Command & Sonar Systems and will replace the legacy Sonar Type , which has been in Royal Navy service since the s. The new sonar incorporates a state of the art User Interface to improve operator effectiveness and usability.
  5. Ultra High-Definition ClearVü Scanning This sonar system provides brilliant image clarity of structure and fish below your boat at greater depths than other high-frequency scanning sonars by putting more power on targets via a downward-facing element. Ultra High-Definition SideVü Scanning.
  6. Sonar (sound navigation ranging) is a technique that uses sound propagation (usually underwater, as in submarine navigation) to navigate, communicate with or detect objects on or under the surface of the water, such as other vessels. Two types of technology share the name "sonar": passive sonar is essentially listening for the sound made by vessels; active sonar is emitting pulses of sounds.
  7. Add stunningly clear Ultra High-Definition ClearVü and Ultra High-Definition SideVü scanning sonar images to your compatible chartplotter via the GCV™ 20 sonar module. It includes 3 arrays, including a downward-facing element, with frequencies ranging from MHz ( kHz) to MHz (1, kHz).

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