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Ground Penetrating Radar Theory and Applications

Ground Penetrating Radar Theory and Applications

Ground Penetrating Radar Theory and Applications. Harry M. Jol

Ground Penetrating Radar Theory and Applications


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Ground Penetrating Radar Theory and Applications Harry M. Jol
Publisher: Elsevier Science




In the January 2003, Canadian geophysicist Claude Robillard performed a search with a ground-penetrating radar . Ultra Wideband Applications (1). Civil engineering applications. Inside This Cutting-Edge Radar Guide ? The Industry Standard in Radar Technology_Now Updated with All the Advances and Trends of the Past 17 Years; Unsurpassed guidance on radar fundamentals, theory, and applications; Hundreds of examples and illustrations; New to this edition: new chapters on radar digital signal processing, radar in air traffic control, ground penetrating radar, fighter aircraft radar, and civil marine radar; 22 thoroughly revised chapters; 17 new contributors. Ground Penetrating Radar in electromagnetic theory developed on the basis of, Electromagnetic field theory and the propagation of electromagnetic waves is the theoretical basis of ground penetrating radar technology. 3.1 – 10.6 GHz; Range <30 Metres; Bandwidth 480 MBits/Sec; Replacement of USB, Video Streaming. Harry Jol, GPR theory and applications. David Daniels, Ground penetrating radar. Ground penetrating radar [electronic resource] : theory and applications / edited by Harry M. Conyers and Goodman, GPR for archaeologists. Unsurpassed guidance on radar fundamentals, theory, and applications * Hundreds of examples and illustrations * New to this edition: new chapters on radar digital signal processing, radar in air traffic control, ground penetrating radar, fighter aircraft radar, and civil marine radar; 33 thoroughly revised chapters; 39 new contributors. Profile picture of ssampath108 ssampath108 said 1 year ago: Radar search. Multifunctional Radar Systems for Fighter Aircraft ? Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Boston : Elsevier Science, c2009. It's apparently also possible to home-brew a GPR for about €3000 by cannibalizing an old microwave and engineering an antenna. I suppose if the data isn't too noisy, software can work around it.

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