Wideband Transducer from Morgan Technical Ceramics

Click for larger image
Morgan Technical Ceramics

The 09222/000 piezo composite transducer from Morgan Technical Ceramics, Stourport, U.K., offers wideband dual-frequency operation through the same slot for marine applications such as depth sounding, fish finding, guidance, or Doppler speed metering. The device has dual 55—89 kHz and 150—220 kHz ranges with a side-lobe level of <–25 dB. The piezo composite technology extends bandwidth, suppresses side lobes, improves beam uniformity, and increases figure of merit operation. The wide bandwidth lets you use more advanced imaging algorithms, such as Chirp or SAFT.

Contact Info

Company: Morgan Technical Ceramics
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Phone number: +44 (0)1299-872210
Fax: +44 (0)1299-872218

Suggested Articles

MarketsandMarkets says the low-light imaging market is expected to grow from $10.04 billion in 2019 to $18.36 billion by 2024.

SiC can make medical devices more perceptive, it can make electronics more energy-efficient, and it can help sensors perform in higher temperatures.

Components supplier CTS Corporation has acquired temperature sensor supplier Quality Thermistor, Inc. (QTI), for $75 million in cash.