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Hydrophone history - Hydrophone guide
The hydrophone’s origin is attributed to the Canadian inventor Frank Massa in 1929, known as the Fessenden oscillator. This was a predecessor to the hydrophone, that could ordinarily be used to capture aquatic sound as a unique type of recording (listening) device. However, a part of hydrophone history is that it could also be used on underground projects such as in field research. …