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a measuring instrument that sends out an acoustic pulse in water and measures distances in terms of the time for the echo of the pulse to return

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The Preseem Sonar integration allowed me to get latency, packet loss and bandwidth insights across the access points in my network in a flash
We look forward to working with the Sonar team to make the integration and future deployments a complete success.
Humminbird adds online options to the wireless arena with its ION 10 and ION 12 sonar and GPS plotters.
The researchers found that both species use their sonar as much in twilight (1 to 10 lux) as in complete darkness.
The researchers used nonlinear mathematics to process the simulated dolphin sonar returns.
The researchers also temporarily tagged beaked whales with D-tags, devices that recorded their movements as sonar was played at slowly increasing levels.
The submerged sections inspected with a sonar system will not only reveal debris levels, but also indicate offset joints and other possible deformations, enabling an accurate assessment of the asset.
The handheld sonar system can greatly reduce the time, personnel and equipment needed to search large areas underwater.
A One of the best things about it for me is that I'm dealing with a stage that is 10 times the size of any regular venue that either myself or any of the artists I'm bringing to Sonar would play.
He appeared to be half Steve Tyler, half Jim Morrison, and their superb Sonar single "Engineering" b/w "Belladonna" got the ears pricking in London, including those of CBS Records, on another day, it could have happened for them, indeed should have happened.
Por que no sonar con que Antonio Margarito, la "Zorrita" Soto, el "Archie" Solis o el hijo de Chavez den el paso definitivo para convertirse en glorias del boxeo.
Unfortunately for many whales, dolphins and other marine life, the use of underwater sonar (short for sound navigation and ranging) can lead to injury and even death.
Although electronics are constantly , changing to better suit the desires of avid walleye anglers, savvy sonar interpretation remains a necessary requirement, and transferring the picture on your sonar display to a cerebral image of the bottom takes practice.
No injuries to marine mammals have been attributed to sonar use since the Navy began taking additional steps to minimize harm to such animals, a Navy official said Dec.
Experimental Low Frequency Active (LFA) Sonar, at peak level, produces a noise equivalent to standing five feet from the space shuttle on take-off.