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Ultrasonic wave horn










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #4104610.

An ultrasonic wave horn adaptable to any desired radiation pattern varying in length-to-breadth ratio of intended detecting area. The horn comprises at least a horn body having gradually expanding caliber from a constricted throat to an expanded opening which is of a flat shape with an unequal length-to-breadth ratio, and an ultrasonic wave generating source of which wave emitting side is disposed adjacent the constricted throat of the horn body, wherein the constricted throat of the horn body is also of a flat shape having an unequal length-to-breadth ratio and the respective major axes of the flat-shaped constricted throat and expanded opening of the horn body are in a relation of intersecting each other at right angles.








 
 
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