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Offline D S

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360 on ice
« on: December 11, 2018, 06:16:11 AM »
finally tried 360 tm on ice I think it will be useful .I  will post more as I utilize it more...
First test was a success will attach pics of my setup..
have a question for anyone who has used 360 imaging on the ice

as seen on a couple of my pics it looks as though the image is mirrored at 180 degrees???
iacn track my lure repeated on both sides...... is this artefact from the ice ??other??

my setup includes 1198, 360tm, and 200/80hz transducer however not using  GPS

Offline rnvinc

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Re: 360 on ice
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2018, 01:48:54 AM »
360 is basically SI piezoes that are rotating  ...

The beam forms (from the 2 piezoes) will overlap somewhat directly under the xducer  ...

I've used the following depiction in some teachings (of SI) to show how targets (close to) directly under a SI xducer can be encompassed in both beam forms  ...

Your 360 scenario would be similar  ...


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