Ground penetrating radar (GPR) is an imaging technique used to produce high resolution images of the subsurface features. GPR is an effective tool for building inspections and quality control on all engineering construction projects, and search and prospecting, tracking a quick scan and is not dangerous.
Ground penetrating radar imaging method below the surface that uses electromagnetic waves to provide high-resolution data. GPR has been raised for the first time for practical use in mid-1988 to explore the ice in Antarctica and has gained wide acceptance internationally. This technique uses low energy electromagnetic waves with frequencies ranging from 1MHz to 10GHz. depth to explore and define the image depends on the frequency of the user. Low frequencies are used for deep geological mapping, while high frequencies necessary for photography and high definition, such as structural features and clarify the armed iron and other concretes.
Operate metal detectors at the initial radar system imaging sensor to ground, so this system works on full and accurate analysis of the cleared area through radar, radar sensor systems linked to analytical programe works through your computer or a special demonstration program system.
How the system works and how to detect and clear objectives?
Radar imaging devices operated by two reception system and another system for receiving and wave and its application to analytical software and are often composed of two reception and is sensitive and ground applications section and a processing unit with the computer or console address screen attached.
Imaging systems enroute ATC comprehensive survey to clarify a fuzzy objective and determine depth and size through ground sensors attached to the device and the data through an analytical two-dimensional or triple or double and special analytical systems to determine the depth and type of metal.
The system uses radar to the process of analysis and detection of soil, including specialized equipment detects metals in General, including a specialist to detect caves and spaces, including specialized systems and devices to detect the burials and excavations revealed deformations in soil, and location.
Some of the characteristics and features of radar imaging devices:
1. radar imaging devices to detect minerals, caves and underground spaces
2. give a rough form of objective
3. Special programmes to determine the target size
4. Special programmes to determine the depth of the target
5. a special programme to select target type
6. complete objective analytical systems
7.3D vision goal
8. see the two-dimensional surface of the objective
9. cut the doubt certainty
10. provide a lot of hardship and fatigue
11. discrimination between minerals
12. work on the latest analytical software 3d
13. the best and most powerful search sensors are not affected by any agent of the soil and climate.