To study the structure of emission beam, we have analysed the single pulse data of PSR B0329+54 at 325 and 606 MHz. In order to unambiguously detect the weak emission components, we have developed a new data analysis technique, which we term “window—thresholding”. By applying this technique to the data, we have detected three new emission components, and also confirmed the presence of a component which was proposed earlier. Hence our analysis indicates that PSR B0329+54 has nine components, which is among the highest of all the known pulsars. The symmetric distribution of pulse components about the pulse centre, indicates that the emission beam is conal.