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The Multifrequency Bathymetry mode is designed for better bottom detect resolution. Layers of suspended sediment create noise that inhibits clear and accurate bottom surface resolution. By surveying at several low frequencies simultaneously (for example, 100kHz and 200kHz), users can reduce this degrading effect to get a true picture of the seafloor.
Multifrequency Bathymetry mode helps determine the unique mix of the types of sediment. This helps users anticipate potential risks, such as buried pipes and/or cables.
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