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What type of equipment is required to detect ultrasound above 1MHz?

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Is this for a medical or other imaging application? What media will the ultrasound energy be travelling in? How large of an object are you wanting to image?

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What type of equipment is required to detect ultrasound above 1MHz?

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Is this for a medical or other imaging application? What media will the ultrasound energy be travelling in? How large of an object are you wanting to image?
Sorry I'm interested in detecting high freq sounds travelling through air.
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I don't think you will get very good coupling of that frequency ultrasound with air as the medium, but I'm no ultrasound expert. What is the application?
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Turns out the OP's application involves weapons technology. Thread closed.


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