Georadar records changes in electrical characteristics (conductivity and dielectric permeability) of the environment, which are directly related to the materials, the type of soils and rocks, and the physical and chemical properties by sending an electromagnetic signal to the two-frequency antenna (simultaneously on both frequencies) the earth's surface below it and records the strength of the reflected signal and the time it takes to return it to the receiver.
Services and application
In the distribution of electromagnetic waves in depth through layers or objects with different dielectric constants, the boundaries (silhouettes) of the radargraphs automatically plotted in the control module (tablet) are clearly outlined. The system retrieves information for locating a sought-after object in real time and visualizing the collected data.
Radarogram of shot reinforcement of reinforced concrete slab
Radargrams of two antennas from a passage parallel to an underground conductor
The operator changes the Opera Duo scanning settings to the type of materials and soil characteristics, the geological structure, the type of the object to be searched, the weather conditions and other factors to achieve the best possible results and to discover lines with nearby routes.
Walkthroughs, relevant two-antenna arrays and familiar underground ducts shared with Google Earth