Dictionary:Janus configuration

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{{#category_index:J|Janus configuration}} (ja’ n∂s) An arrangement of transducers aimed in opposite directions, as a forward-aft (or port-starboard) pair of Doppler-sonar transducers (see Figure D-21). Named for Janus, the Roman god of doorways, who had two faces so he could watch in opposite directions.