The results of the literature review show that the low-frequency GPR antenna (GHz 1) cannot detect surface defects such as heterogeneity in the Cabbage FRP file. We used the GPR to scan many of the stone arch bridges in the Galician Land of Spain. The results revealed previously unknown geometric data. About GPR celebrating more than two decades of innovation. The result can be good for modeling more complex features, but it also has a tendency to filter.
The Earth's penetrating radar (GPR) is a geophysical method using radar pulse to photograph the image, the network spacing that is erased depends on the size of the targets to be specified and the desired results. Typical grids can be spaced out. Terrestrial penetration Radar (GPR) methods depend on recording the reflections of short streams of electromagnetic energy from a source usually on the surface of the Earth. The ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is an electromagnetic technique used for an image, the GPR results can be viewed in a variety of simple cross-sections.