Ground Penetrating Radar, 2nd Edition

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  • Year: 2004

  • Format: Hardback

  • Product Code: PBRA0150

  • ISBN: 978-0-86341-360-5

  • Pagination: approx 984pp.

  • Stock Status: In stock

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Scope: Ground-penetrating radar has come to public attention in recent criminal investigations, but has actually been a developing and maturing remote sensing field for some time. In the light of recent expansion of the technique to a wide range of applications, the need for an up-to-date reference has become pressing. 

This fully revised and expanded edition of the best-selling Surface-Penetrating Radar (IEE, 1996) presents, for the non-specialist user or engineer, all the key elements of this technique, which span several disciplines including electromagnetics, geophysics and signal processing. The book will help users to assess the potential of the technique and currently available technology and to apply them effectively.

About the Editor: David Daniels is a Chief Consultant on Sensors at ERA Technology Ltd, with experience in the business development, research and development of a variety of electronic sensing equipment for military and civil applications. He has over 30 years’ experience in the management of the development of radar, acoustic and electromagnetic systems, as well as products for security, sensing applications in the military and commercial fields.

Book readership

Electrical and electronics engineering, especially microwave, radar and remote sensing specialists; as well as those in civil engineering, forensics and archaeology.

Book contents

Systems Design. Modelling. Properties of Materials. Antennas. Modulation Techniques. Signal Processing. Archaeological. Civil Engineering. Forensic Geophysical. Mine Detection. Utilities. Remote Sensing. Equipment. Licensing Radiological and EMC.


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