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CHARACTERIZING THE RESPONSE OF A GPR
Calibrating the response of a GPR system is essential for making measurements
of subsurface materials properties. Duke (1990) calibrated the overall response of a
GPR system by making measurements of the . . .
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Background and Previous Work
This chapter describes the methodology that has been used to determine the
response of an impulse GPR. The characterization includes a response function for the
receiving electronics, simulations . . .
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Signal Processing Tools
There are many techniques for making high frequency electrical measurements
in electrical networks and antenna systems, and there are also many methods for
manipulating the data from these measurements . . .
1.2.1 Convolution and Deconvolution Methods
Convolution is a mathematical operation that can be used to describe
how a linear network element modifies a signal as the signal passes through it .
1.2.2 Scattering Parameters
Scattering parameters are often used to discuss the scattering of
guided waves traveling in electrical networks (Smith, 1995) . . .
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- CHARACTERIZING THE RESPONSE OF A GPR
- 1.1 Background and Previous Work
- 1.2 Signal Processing Tools
- 1.2.1 Convolution and Deconvolution Methods
- 1.2.2 Scattering Parameters