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PHASED ANTENNA GRID

The hydroacoustic transducer, phased array antenna, is designed for electroacoustic transformation of received and radiated signals and for the formation of specified spatial transceiver characteristics of the directivity of ultrasonic beams for detection and localization of underwater objects, distance and speed measurement. The operating mode of the converter is pulsed. It can be used as an active element of the sonar and Doppler log.

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RADIATION ANTENNA MODULE IAM

The IAM HF antenna module consists of 2 submodules, each of the submodules consists of 21 active elements forming a linear radiating array. The antenna radiating high-frequency module IAM VCH is intended for the radiation of sonar signals in the frequency range: 410 ± 20 kHz.

The IAM HF antenna module consists of 2 submodules, each of the submodules consists of 7 active elements forming a linear radiating grating. The antenna radiating high-frequency module IAM VCH is intended for radiation of hydroacoustic signals in the frequency range: 95 ± 5 kHz.

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RESIEVER MODULE PAM

The PAM antenna module consists of 16 receiving elements, 16 preliminary receiving amplifiers forming a linear scanning array, and channel integrity monitoring devices. Antenna receiving module PAM is designed to receive sonar signals, convert them into electrical signals and pre-amplify in the frequency range: 95 ± 5 kHz and 410 ± 20 kHz.

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TRANSCEVING ANTENNA PPA-1

The transceiver antenna PPA-1 is a multi-element phased array consisting of hydroacoustic piezoceramic transducers. The transceiver antenna PPA-1 is designed for receiving and emitting sonar signals with a variable directivity characteristic for use in the acoustic velocity sensor.

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PIEZOCERAMIC TRANSDUCERS

Receiver-emitting transducers are a reinforced structure. Are intended for excitation and reception of ultrasonic fluctuations in a liquid.

APPLICATION

  • in hydroacoustic antennas as receivers and emitters;
  • in ultrasonic sinks as emitters;
  • in medical equipment as ultrasonic radiators;
  • in equipment used as an ultrasound radiator for the intensification of technological processes in the chemical, metallurgical, food industries, etc.
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MODULE FOR RECEIVING AND AMPLIFICATION MPU

Module for receiving and amplification MPU is designed to receive the sonar signal, convert it into an electrical signal and amplify the electrical signal in the composition of sonar devices.

APPLICATION

Module MPU found its use in the composition of linear long antennas to detect radiation objects and sources of acoustic emission:

  • in the fishing fleet;
  • in coastal protection systems;
  • in oil and gas pipeline defect detection systems.
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SEISMIC HYDROPHONE HS-10

Seismic hydrophone HS-10 piezoceramic designed to work as a pressure receiver in the composition      hydroacoustic antennas for various purposes and after its sealing works when immersed to a depth of 1000 m.

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