sonar receiver

sonar receiver

[′sō‚när ri′sē·vər]
(electronics)
A receiver designed to intercept and amplify the sound signals reflected by an underwater target and display the accompanying intelligence in useful form; it may also pick up other underwater sounds. Also known as sonar detector.
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The cleaning robots are equipped with laser-powered sensors and a sonar receiver, which is capable of shifting between spaces and detecting barriers in order to avoid collisions.
The robot has several sensors and sonar receiver capable of shifting between spaces, detecting barriers and accordingly avoid a collision.
"The robot has several sensors and a sonar receiver capable of shifting between spaces, detecting barriers and accordingly avoid a collision.
The myriad of signals detected by an ESM or sonar receiver are analog, as are the images observed in the optical or infrared regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.
The robot has several laser-powered sensors and a sonar receiver capable of shifting between spaces, detecting barriers in order to avoid collisions.