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Ultrasonic Transmitter And Receiver

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    ULTRASONIC TRANSMITTER AND  RECEIVER

    PRADEEP G.


    Most ultrasonic transmitters and receivers are built around timer IC 555 or complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) devices. These devices are preset-controlled variable oscillators. The preset value of the working frequency is likely to drift due to mechanical vibrations or variations in temperature. This drift in frequency affects the range of transmission from the ultrasonic transducer.

    The ultrasonic transmitter and receiver circuits described here use CD4017 decade counter ICs.

    The transmitter circuit (Fig.1) is built around two CD4017 decade counter ICs (IC1 and IC2), D-type flip-flop IC CD4013 (IC3) and a few discrete components. The arrangement generates stable 40kHz signals, which are transmitted by transducer TX.



    Fig.1: Transmitter circuit


    The crystal-controlled radio-frequency (RF) oscillator built around  transistor T 1 (BC549) generates an 8MHz signal, which serves as input to the first decade counter built around IC1. The decade counter divides the oscillator frequency to 800 kHz. The output of IC1 is fed to the second CD4017 decade counter (IC2), which further divides the frequency to 80 kHz.

    The flip-flop (IC3) divides 80kHz signal by 2 to give 40kHz signal, which is transmitted by ultrasonic transducer TX.

    Coil L is made with 36SWG enamelled copper wire that is wound 15 times around an 8mm-diameter plastic former as used for radio oscillators, which has a ferrite bead.

    The transmitter circuit works off 9-12V DC.

    The receiver circuit (Fig.2) is built around a single decade counter CD4017 (IC4) and a few discrete components. To check the working of the transmitter, it is necessary to down-convert the 40kHz signal into 4kHz to bring it in the audible range. By using the receiver, the 40kHz ultrasonic transmitter can be tested quickly. The receiver’s transducer unit (RX) is kept near the ultrasonic transmitter under test. It detects the transmitted 40kHz signal, which is amplified by the amplifier built around transistor BC549 (T2). The amplified signal is fed to decade counter IC4, which divides the frequency to 4 kHz. Transistor T3 (SL100) amplifies the 4kHz signal to drive the speaker.



    Fig.2: Receiver circuit

    Use a 9V PP3 battery to power the receiver circuit.

    House the transmitter and receiver circuits in separate small cabinets. If the 40kHz transducer under test is working, the receiver circuit produces audible whistling sound.


     

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    Post Comment | 22 Comments



    jony   944 days ago

    please provide the project report of this also.
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    sumit kumar   934 days ago

    please provide the pcb layout for the ultrasonic receiver immediatly please.
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    sourabh   925 days ago

    who we can made L 36 SWG COPPER WIRE PLZ REPLY FAST
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    charles nwabude   920 days ago

    please am interest in this circuit i will to use it as my end of first semester mini project please send me a copy of the circuit diagram and project write up
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    vishnu gp   916 days ago

    please tell about the range of this transmitter. also help to increase it
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    asheerou   912 days ago

    pls can I have the project report of it ? because I am going to do it as my end of degree project.EFY youre the greatest
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    vinod   893 days ago

    for what appln we used this? can we used for receiving internet freq. rx.
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    Nuwan   889 days ago

    I think u can use MCU to This projectAnd i think Its very easy more than Analog ElectroncisUltrasonic modular also u can buy a bout $15 ..its work 1cm upto 3meters Any way Good LuckNice Web Site
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    Palash Trivedi   889 days ago

    Can u plz give more detail about the L that is the inductor used in the circuit......
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    piyush   885 days ago

    plz send the more details of this like the working of each component ...etc circuit on mi email id
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    Shashi   856 days ago

    This cct is realy appriciable. Can u throw some light on its range@what technique are being used for modulation&demodulation.thanks
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    silambarasan   837 days ago

    ultrasonic transmiter & reciver componets & prise plese send me sir
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    Kiraa   833 days ago

    Do we have to make the coil L by ourselves or it is available in market? Will it be risky to make it by own? PLz reply what exactly is plastic former on which this has to be wound? Nice circuits
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    Mayank Goyal   821 days ago

    plz ny1 give itz application.
    Reply  
    shivam awasthi   814 days ago

    what is the range of this
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    Arun   809 days ago

    where i buy the ultrasonic transmitter and receiver......
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    okeh leo   709 days ago

    where can i by an ultrasonic tx and rx?
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    Hassan Almas   729 days ago

    What is the minimum range for the signal produced from the Tx to the Rx?
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    dharani   589 days ago

    pl provide the circuit action
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    chandru   555 days ago

    dear sirmadamI need a information about 40khz ultrasonic transmitterreceiver that is how to check the working 40khz ultrasonic transmitterreceiver so please give answer about this If possible now. Thank you.
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    raj   477 days ago

    Sir is the coil compulsary here ? Is there any replacement of it ? what if we neglect it ? if it is vital then please add a description of makin it cause here these are not available readymade
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    Augusto   230 days ago

    i need help currently im working in a pulser to ultrasonic signal i have similar circuits for TRANSMITTER and for RECEIVER my problem is that im using a transducer that is able to send and receive the signal by the same via how can measure the received signal?
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