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Transducer chart

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TransducerOperates by:Is it steered? How?Is it focused? How?Image shapeElectronic or Mechanical?
Linear sequenced array sequencing no no – fixed focus rectangle Electronic
Curved sequenced array sequencing yes – transducer shape/element arrangement no – fixed focus “blunted” sector Electronic
Phased linear array sequencing no yes – phasing rectangle Electronic
Phased curved array sequencing yes – transducer shape/element arrangement yes – phasing “blunted” sector Electronic
Vector sequencing yes – phasing yes – phasing “flat top” sector Electronic
Linear phased array phasing yes – phasing yes – phasing “pointed” sector Electronic
Annular array phasing yes – mechanically yes – phasing “notch” sector Electronic (with a mechanical reflector for steering)
Oscillating Element mechanical means yes – element movement no – fixed focus notch sector Mechanical
Rotating group of elements mechanical means yes – element movement no – fixed focus notch sector Mechanical
Oscillating reflector mechanical means yes – reflector movement no – fixed focus notch sector Mechanical
Linearly translating element mechanical means no no – fixed focus rectangle Mechanical
Created by: lefut