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Lucky sonar company apply sonar technology to fish finders. From the first legendary yellow model 1108-1 in 2003 lucky sonar won the hearts of thousands of young fishermen.


Generally,two types of technology share the name “sonar”: passive sonar is essentially listening for the vessels sound ; active sonar is emitting pulses of sounds and listening for echoes. No doubt that the lucky sonar fish finders use the active sonar technology.

Q&A for sonar

What do you mean Sonar?

Definition of sonar. : a method or device for detecting and locating objects especially underwater by means of sound waves sent out to be reflected by the objects also : a device for detecting the presence of a vessel (such as a submarine) by the sound it emits in water.

What is an example of a sonar?

Active sonar involves the transmission and reception of sound waves. For example, when lucky sonar fish finder works, it sends out sound pulses and reflected if the sound meet an object(fish or rocks)

Sonar is simply making use of an echo. When it sends sound waves into the environment around it. Those waves bounce off nearby objects, and some of them reflect back to the object that made the noise.


How is sonar used?

SOund NAvigation and Ranging—SONAR—Use is to find and identify objects in water as well as determine water depth (bathymetry). Fish finders use sonar to water-based activities because sound waves attenuate (taper off) less in water as they travel than do radar and light waves.
Fish finding sonar units send and receive signals many times per second. The transducer transmitte concentrate sound into a beam. These units include visual displays that print the echoes. 
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