Ultrasonic vocalizations of flying bats monitored by radiotelemetry.

@article{Lancaster1992UltrasonicVO,
  title={Ultrasonic vocalizations of flying bats monitored by radiotelemetry.},
  author={White Cross Lancaster and Andrea Keating and Odell W Henson},
  journal={The Journal of experimental biology},
  year={1992},
  volume={173},
  pages={43-58}
}
Ultrasonic vocalizations of flying bats were effectively monitored with radiotelemetry. We describe a device light enough to be carried by an 11 g bat for periods of up to 1 h. It transmitted signals adequate for fine frequency analysis within a range of approximately 3 m. Telemetry permitted the recording of constant-frequency pulses free from flight-induced Doppler shifts and without time delays. The difference in frequency between telemetered signals and the same signals detected by a remote… CONTINUE READING

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