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Mount the microphone on top of a servo, behind a directional horn.

..taking particular care to ensure all is watertight.
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gardner


ensure all is watertight.


Well, of course.  It has to work under water doesn't it?

To be fair I totally missed the "underwater" part of the original specification.

I always wonder why nobody wants "submerged in 300C 8 molar sulphuric acid at 10 bar"  or "to operate in a vacuum whilst under 2,000 Gs acceleration and bombarded by 80 keV protons at 2 C/m2."  No one seems to have *really* challenging homework any more.


AWOL

From BillHo's link:
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If I were to do it, I would do middle mass detection on the color red, and wear a bright red shirt

And the first colour to disappear under water is..?
"Pete, it's a fool looks for logic in the chambers of the human heart." Ulysses Everett McGill.
Do not send technical questions via personal messaging - they will be ignored.

tehjrow

Curse GPS and its inability to penetrate water!

Sorry guys, I had no idea it was this difficult.  How do rescue beacons work?

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