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US Radar Seeker SPR System

Seeker SPR sub-surface penetrating radar system can infiltrate surfaces such as soil, clay, concrete and brick.

November 01, 2010

Seeker SPR sub-surface penetrating radar system can infiltrate surfaces such as soil, clay, concrete and brick. By transmitting energy pulses through a variety of mediums, the company says, the system displays an image of the sub-surface on the operator interface. Users can set a variety of parameters prior to each survey, including soil settings, algorithms and color palette. The system can also focus on a particular depth range.

 
 

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