Carcharadon wrote:So many dives I couldn't begin to count, some all across the pond underwater out of sight, down 30 ft and probably deeper many times, impervious to weather, sits outside all year long, one tough reliable sub.
Bob the Builder wrote:Its very possible that the buoy system that I've envisioned may not work, and if so a pinger would be the next best thing, I suppose. But you know the old saying, "Nothing ventured, nothing gained". Its possible that it might actually work! And if so, the peace of mind having it will be well worth the additional cost and engineering.
petn7 wrote:How will this pinger system work? Wouldn't one need a computer and 3 hydrophones to precisely locate where the pinging sound is coming from?
redboat219 wrote:petn7 wrote:How will this pinger system work? Wouldn't one need a computer and 3 hydrophones to precisely locate where the pinging sound is coming from?
You could manually triangulate using just one hydrophone. Turn the hydrophone left and right til you get the loudest return then note it's bearing. Then move to other location preferrably at a right angle to the first and repeat the scan. Where the bearings intersect is the likely location of the pinger.
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