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Number: 434/9
Name: Education and demonstration > Detection or range determination of distant object by apparatus using sensor of electromagnetic or sound energy > Sonar > Simulation of plural detector system
Description: Subject matter relating to an imitation of apparatus using multiple means for sensing sound.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6109614 Remote sensing apparatus of supersonic projectile Aug. 29, 2000
5268875 Acoustic decoy Dec. 7, 1993
4954996 Navigation sonar system dockside simulator Sep. 4, 1990
4908800 Multi-channel acoustic simulator Mar. 13, 1990
4795626 .sup.99m Tc.sup.(III) myocardial imaging agents which are non-reducable in vivo Jan. 3, 1989
4626217 Broadband doppler simulator Dec. 2, 1986
4386913 Pseudo-random noise generated target simulator Jun. 7, 1983
4200859 Device for simulating marine craft noises Apr. 29, 1980
4198703 Submarine simulating sonar beacon Apr. 15, 1980
4034483 Sonar beamforming apparatus simulation Jul. 12, 1977

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