ABOUT LOZA GPR ABILITY

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sweafy
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ABOUT LOZA GPR ABILITY

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Hi everybody
I want to ask about loza gpr systems (loza m , loza v and loza n)
they made high potential power up to 5kV transmitter to penetrate deeper and penetrate in clay soil
anyone have use this equipment?
another question : any one know gpr ks700?

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I have never worked with Loza GPR so i cannot tell but you ned to check whether you can actually work with these radars. All Euroean countries and USA/Canada/China/Japan have strict emissions regulations. With very high power transmitter there is no compliance with these regulation and so it is not legal to work with.

For the other KS this is mostly a hobbyist GPR/metal detector and not really a GPR.
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gmradar wrote:
Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:33 am
I have never worked with Loza GPR so i cannot tell but you ned to check whether you can actually work with these radars. All Euroean countries and USA/Canada/China/Japan have strict emissions regulations. With very high power transmitter there is no compliance with these regulation and so it is not legal to work with.

For the other KS this is mostly a hobbyist GPR/metal detector and not really a GPR.
Electromagnetic compatibility (Directive 2004/108/EC) tests were carried out in the Czech Republic, in a lab in Brno https://static.wixstatic.com/media/a5df ... e~mv2.webp.
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I have been using GPR Loza for 3 years. I confirm that it is a gpr designed in a completely different way compared to the traditional pulse gpr, not only in the power of the transmitter. Lately I have been conducting tests on deep target (up to 200m) and the results (that I want to publish) is very good. The gpr ks-analisys instead is one of the very few gpr (FMCW) Frequency MOdulated Continuos waves. A very difficult georadar to design and build. I have a similar gpr that always works in the frequency domain that is FSCW - stepped frequency. The georadar that works in the frequency domain has several advantages with respect to the pulse domain (time domain), for example it is not necessary to use different antennas, greater depth of signal penetration. Best regard

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algol wrote:
Wed Aug 21, 2019 6:45 pm
I have been using GPR Loza for 3 years. I confirm that it is a gpr designed in a completely different way compared to the traditional pulse gpr, not only in the power of the transmitter. Lately I have been conducting tests on deep target (up to 200m) and the results (that I want to publish) is very good. The gpr ks-analisys instead is one of the very few gpr (FMCW) Frequency MOdulated Continuos waves. A very difficult georadar to design and build. I have a similar gpr that always works in the frequency domain that is FSCW - stepped frequency. The georadar that works in the frequency domain has several advantages with respect to the pulse domain (time domain), for example it is not necessary to use different antennas, greater depth of signal penetration. Best regard
Good day Algol,
pls, can you share here some of your results with gpr Loza?
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