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LMX200 and Subsurface Utility Engineering

LMX200 and Subsurface Utility Engineering

From more than 25 years of delivering GPR for concrete imaging, we strongly recommend taking the time to do grid scanning and to use line scanning as a quick reconnaissance approach to establish optimal grid orientation.

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Common Mid-Point survey using the DVL-500P

One of the advanced surveys that can be conducted with a bi-static GPR system like the pulseEKKO (see accompanying story), is a Common Mid-Point survey. A CMP survey provides a simple way of measuring GPR velocity in the ground or other material; critical information for determining the depth of a target.

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The New pulseEKKO - GPR with No Limits

The New pulseEKKO – GPR with No Limits

Before there was Noggin, Conquest, LMX or Rescue Radar, there was pulseEKKO.  pulseEKKO systems are the initial GPRs designed and built by Sensors & Software Inc.  Discerning professional around the world know of the superior performance and signal quality of the pulseEKKO brand.

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The Advantage of Conquest Depth Slices

The Advantage of Conquest Depth Slices

From more than 25 years of delivering GPR for concrete imaging, we strongly recommend taking the time to do grid scanning and to use line scanning as a quick reconnaissance approach to establish optimal grid orientation.

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Measuring GPR Velocity for Water Content Estimation

Measuring GPR Velocity for Water Content Estimation

There are a number of issues that need to be considered to get reliable results. Samples need to be sufficiently large to ensure that the measured travel time provides an accurate velocity and that there is no impact from the finite sample size on the measured travel time.

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