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Piezoelectric Transducer for Sound and Ultrasound Figure 30-3 shows a piezoelectric transducer. This device consists of a crystal of quartz or ceramic material, sandwiched between two metal plates. When sound waves strike one or both of the plates, the metal vibrates. This vibration is transferred to the crystal. The crystal generates weak electric currents when subjected to this mechanical stress. Therefore, an ac voltage develops between the two metal plates, with a waveform similar to that of the sound. If an ac signal is applied to the plates, it causes the crystal to vibrate in sync with the current. The metal plates vibrate also, producing an acoustic disturbance. Piezoelectric transducers can function at higher frequencies than can dynamic or electrostatic transducers. For this reason, they are favored in ultrasonic applications, such as intrusion detectors and alarms.
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Transducers for RF Energy The term radio-frequency (RF) transducer is a fancy name for an antenna. There are two basic types: the receiving antenna and the transmitting antenna. You learned about antennas in Chap. 27. Transducers for IR and Visible Light Many wireless devices transmit and receive energy at IR wavelengths. Infrared energy has a frequency higher than that of radio waves, but lower than that of visible light. Some wireless devices transmit and receive their signals in the visible range, although these are encountered much less often than IR devices. The most common IR transmitting transducer is the infrared-emitting diode (IRED). Fluctuating dc is applied to the device, causing it to emit IR rays. The fluctuations in the current constitute modulation, and this produces rapid variations in the intensity of the rays emitted by the semiconductor P-N junction. The modulation contains information, such as which channel your television set should seek, or whether the volume is to be raised or lowered. Infrared energy can be focused by optical lenses and reflected by optical mirrors. This makes it possible to collimate IR rays (make them parallel) so they can be transmitted for distances up to several hundred meters. Infrared receiving transducers resemble photodiodes or photovoltaic cells. The fluctuating IR energy from the transmitter strikes the P-N junction of the receiving diode. If the receiving device is a photodiode, a current is applied to it, and this current varies rapidly in accordance with the signal waveform on the IR beam from the transmitter. If the receiving device is a photovoltaic cell, it produces the fluctuating current all by itself, without the need for an external power supply. In either case, the current fluctuations are weak, and must be amplified before they are delivered to whatever equipment (television set, garage door, oven, security system, etc.) is controlled by the wireless system. Infrared wireless devices work best on a line of sight.
Displacement Transducers
A displacement transducer measures a distance or angle traversed, or the distance or angle separating two points. Conversely, it can convert a signal into movement over a certain distance or angle. A device that measures or produces movement in a straight line is a linear displacement transducer. If it measures or produces movement through an angle, it is an angular displacement transducer.
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