dipping sonar

dipping sonar

[′dip·iŋ ′sō‚när]
(engineering)
A sonar transducer that is lowered into the water from a hovering antisubmarine-warfare helicopter and recovered after the search is complete. Also known as dunking sonar.
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Operating its Dipping Sonar and Elbit Systems proprietary software, Seagull performed real-time detections and classification of objects, demonstrating capability to deter and dissuade hostile subsurface activity.
Proudly known as STINGRAY, Pakistan Navy Z9EC helicopters are equipped with state of art Radar and Dipping Sonar and armed with torpedoes and depth charges; and designed to hunt enemy submarines.
Proudly known as 'STINGRAY', Pakistan Navy Z9EC helicopters are equipped with state of art Radar and Dipping Sonar and armed with torpedoes and depth charges; and designed to hunt enemy submarines.
4ft) variant of its Venus family of USVs developed by Singapore Technologies Electronics which could be equipped with an MCM suite including a Thales dipping sonar and TSAS, in addition to K-Ster EMDSs.
A A They include the L-3 Communications AN/AQS-18 active dipping sonar, Sea Skua all-weather anti-ship missiles and Seaspray Mark 3000, as well as a range of depth charges.
After finding what could be our target, we decided to unleash the MH-60 Romeo's dipping sonar.
Due to its size, the LAMPS Mark I was equipped not with dipping sonar but with magnetic-anomaly-detection (MAD) gear, along with sonobuoys, to fax the location of a submerged boat.
It is configured to carry one torpedo and is fitted with state of the art Pulse Compression Radar, Low Frequency Dipping Sonar Radar Warning Receiver and a Doppler Navigation System.
US examples hunt submarines with the AN/AQS-13F dipping sonar, and carry 14 sonobuoys.
They are also capable of carrying torpedoes, fitted with sophisticated Pulse Compression Radar, Low Frequency Dipping Sonar, Radar Warning Receiver and Doppler Navigation System.
The USV also can deploy a modified dipping sonar typically operated from helicopters.
VX-1's first major contributions to the fleet were scanning sonar, surface radar, helicopter dipping sonar and hunter/killer ASW tactics.