Scientific Details of the new NOGGIN® Ultra 100 GPR system
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Scientific Details of the new NOGGIN® Ultra 100 GPR system

The new NOGGIN® Ultra 100 system contains an Ultra Receiver that provides trace stacking up to 65,536 times. This lowers the noise floor to see deeper, real GPR reflectors up to 3 times deeper than before. It also couples our patented DynaQ technology to Ultra Receiver stacking for the first time. This webinar explains the scientific details behind these two innovations.

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00:00 – Introduction
01:32 – The advantages of 100 MHz antennas
03:20 – Noggin 100 system
03:48 – Depth of penetration is the biggest limitation of GPR
04:43 – Factors affecting the Depth of Penetration
05:07 – 1) Electrical conductivity of the soil
06:26 – 2) GPR Transmitter Power and Emission Regulations
12:09 – 3) Decreasing the Noise Floor
12:33 – Description of GPR signals
15:00 – Definition of the Depth of GPR Penetration
15:24 – Lowering the Noise Floor to increase the Depth of Penetration
16:03 – Stacking GPR data traces
20:00 – The math behind stacking
21:01 – Animation – 1 to 2048 stacks
22:53 – NOGGIN Ultra 100 stacks up to 65,536 times
23:19 – Case Study 1 – Concrete sewer pipes
26:23 – 32-bit data
26:45 – Case Study 2 – Glacial Beach Sands
29:19 – Data collection speed
30:32 – Minimum number of stacks is 256 times
30:50 – DynaQ stacking
32:30 – Coherent RF Signals
35:49 – Case Study 3: Pipelines
37:23 – Summary
38:52 – Q&A Session
38:55 – Q1: What is the maximum distance between the ground and the GPR antenna?
40:40 – Q2: Does stacking improve vertical resolution?
40:48 – Q3: What is the limiting factor for the number of stacks?
41:41 – Q4: What technology do Ultra GPR systems use to collect data so fast?
43:11 – Q5: Does the NOGGIN Ultra 100 use the same technology as the pulseEKKO Ultra Receiver?
43:34 – Q5: How do we know when we are skipping data?
44:33 – Q6: How can I collect unstacked data?
45:16 – Q7: How does it affect the GPR data to stack while the antennas are moving?
46:12 – Q8: Is the NOGGIN Ultra 100 available for rent?
46:41 – Q9: Can GPR be used to detect leaking pipes?
48:48 – Q10: Will stacking increase the depth of penetration in a saline environment?
49:32 – Q11: What is the sampling speed of the NOGGIN Ultra 100?
49:49 – Q12: Can we measure the diameter of rebar?
50:25 – Q13: What is the quality of GPR data collected in boggy environments?
51:11 – Finish