Ground Penetrating Radar
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- L. Pajewski, M. Vrtunski, Ž. Bugarinović, A. Ristić, M. Govedarica, A. van der Wielen, C. Grégoire, C. Van Geem, X. Dérobert, V. Borecky, S. Serkan Artagan, S. Fontul, V. Marecos, and S. Lambot, "GPR system performance compliance according to COST Action TU1208 guidelines," Ground Penetrating Radar, Volume 1, No. 2, Article ID GPR-1-2-1, pp. 2-36, July 2018, doi: 10.26376/GPR2018007.
- A. Ventura and L. Pajewski, "Electromagnetic modelling and simulation of a high-frequency Ground Penetrating Radar antenna over a concrete cell with steel rods," Ground Penetrating Radar, Volume 1, No. 2, Article ID GPR-1-2-3, July 2018, pp. 52-70, doi: 10.26376/GPR2018009.
- L. Pajewski, H. Tõnisson, K. Orviku, M. Govedarica, A. Ristić, V. Borecky, S. Serkan Artagan, S. Fontul, and K. Dimitriadis, "TU1208 GPR Roadshow: Educational and promotional activities carried out by Members of COST Action TU1208 to increase public awareness on the potential and capabilities of the GPR technique," Ground Penetrating Radar, Volume 2, No. 1, Article ID GPR-2-1-4, pp. 67-109, March 2019, doi: 10.26376/GPR2019004.
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