Energy transmitted into the water can be 10 to 50 times greater than a traditional fishfinder. By storing the shape of the transmitted waveform in memory and comparing it to the received echoes using pattern matching techniques (also called pulse compression), it is possible to find targets within the noise and precisely determine their range with astounding accuracy.
- High Frequency Only - CHIRPS from 130 kHz to 210 kHz, 15° to 9° beamwidth
- Medium Frequency Only - CHIRPS from 80 kHz to 130 kHz, 24° to 16° beamwidth
- Low Frequency Only - CHIRPS from 40 kHz to 75 kHz, 32° to 21° beamwidth
- Available in 0°, 12°, or 20° tilted versions