Ultrasonic-transceiver

  

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Ultrasonic Circuits / Audio Circuits
This ultrasonic transmit/receive circuit operates at 40 kHz.
Ultrasonic-transceiver - schematic

Control resistor R5 adjusts the frequency for best performance with the transducers used.

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