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US Radar Quantum Imager

The Quantum Imager is the first ground-penetrating radar system to use triple-frequency radar technology for locating and imaging objects at greater depths, and with higher resolution, than single- or dual-frequency systems.

November 18, 2014

The Quantum Imager is the first ground-penetrating radar system to use triple-frequency radar technology for locating and imaging objects at greater depths, and with higher resolution, than single- or dual-frequency systems.

It’s useful for bridge deck analysis and can locate and image utilities at depths up to 30 feet—twice the depth limit of dual-frequency systems and three times that of single-frequency units. Unit applies ultra-wideband pulses that combine the advantages of pulse radar and stepped frequency radar. The four-wheeled, walk-behind Quantum Imager incorporates a Panasonic Toughpad tablet computer that enables the operator to run a suite of Windows-based applications, including GPS, 3D imaging, Google Earth integration and report generation.

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