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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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Depth Slicing without a Grid

Depth Slicing without a Grid

Is there another, perhaps easier, way to collect data over an area and ensure the position of every GPR trace is known? The answer is “Yes”.

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Construction worker using an LMX200

What is GPR?

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is the general term applied to techniques which employ radio waves, typically in the 1 to 1000 MHz frequency range, to map structures and features buried in the ground (or in man-made structures). Ground Penetrating Radar works by emitting a pulse into the ground and recording the echoes that result from subsurface objects.

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Tips: Automatic Output Files

Having a GPS connected to an LMX200 or Noggin GPR system automatically generates simple, standard output files that clearly communicate the position of underground features – without the need of any GPR processing software.

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