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L) Referring to Figure 4, acoustic energy scattered from an insonified object is incident upon a piezoelectric element which forms the front plate of a vidicon type of tube. The rear face of the piezoelectric is unelectroded, thereby developing the charge replica of the sound field. In order to read the charge, a high velocity electron beam is scanned across the back surface point by point in a TV rastor fashion. Secondary electrons emitted in the process are modulated by the charge distribution and collected by the electron multiplier.
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Acoustic Imaging: Cameras, Microscopes, Phased Arrays, and Holographic Systems by Byron B. Brenden (auth.), Glen Wade (eds.)