Successful application of VIY3 GPR under harsh climatic contitionsmore details>
VIY5-37 Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) has Dual Frequency antenna with central frequencies of 300 MHz and 700 MHz This GPR combines the best features from both antennas: big depth penetrating and high resolution.more details>
GPR can be a helpful tool in archaeology. It allows to do quick survey of large areas before excavations.more details>
The GPR can be used to survey sites with a large number of underground objects.more details>
When using technology Telbin significantly increased signal/noise ratio and, therefore, increased probing depth. The rate of sounding remains high.more details>
The VIY5-600 Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) can be used for location and analysis of underground objects using electromagnetic pulse radiation, up to 3,5 meters depth. The VIY5-600 GPR is suitable for searching of both metallic and dielectric objects (utilities, voids, fondation constructions, etc.).more details>
During archaeological explorations there is very reasonable to use GPR. It makes it possible to examine big areas of planned future excavations.
Therefore, that allows to decrease working time, to reduce substantially the territory of excavations and save limited financial resources.
The most important advantage of GPR use in archaeology is non-destructive assessment. Sometimes there is absolutely impossible to make any excavation (for example, historical places located in a dense urban building or under unique cultural objects). GPR allows to pinpoint the exact location of searched underground items, to map them with indication of the depth of each one.
Exploring historical buildings GPR also gives an opportunity to discover hidden rooms or passages and to find the fractures in the building.
The one more important factor of GPR use is a contactless sounding, for example, above the ground surface.
Another application of GPR is an exploration of underwater archaeological items, placed on/or under the bottom of fresh water reservoirs. There is a problem to get such information by other means.