Ground Penetrating Radar

The first peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to GPR

Open access, open science

ISSN 2533-3100

Volume 1 (2018)


Issue 2, Volume 1

July  2018


Full  Issue


Front & Back Cover

Second (front) Cover

Table of Contents

News & Announcements


Editorial & Preface

by Lara Pajewski


#GPR-1-2-1

GPR system performance compliance according to COST Action TU1208 guidelines

by Lara Pajewski, Milan Vrtunski, Željko Bugarinović, Aleksandar Ristić, Miro Govedarica, Audrey van der Wielen, Colette Grégoire, Carl Van Geem, Xavier Dérobert, Vladislav Borecky, Salih Serkan Artagan, Simona Fontul, Vânia Marecos & Sébastien Lambot

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018007


#GPR-1-2-2

Frequency domain deterministic-stochastic analysis of the transient current induced along a ground penetrating radar dipole antenna over a lossy half-space

by Anna Šušnjara, Dragan Poljak, Vicko Dorić, Sébastien Lalléchère, Khalil El Khamlichi Drissi, Pierre Bonnet & Françoise Paladian

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018008


#GPR-1-2-3

Electromagnetic modelling and simulation of a high-frequency Ground Penetrating Radar antenna over a concrete cell with steel rods

by Alessio Ventura & Lara Pajewski

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018009

Supplementary materials


#GPR-1-2-4

GPR research in Wojanów railway tunnel, Sudetes Mts., Poland

by Adam Szynkiewicz

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018010


#GPR-1-2-5

Model-based clutter reduction method for Forward Looking Ground Penetrating Radar imaging

by Yukinori Fuse, Borja Gonzalez-Valdes, Jose A. Martinez-Lorenzo & Carey M. Rappaport

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018011


#GPR-1-2-6

False alarm reduction by target tracking for Forward Looking Ground Penetrating Radar

Yukinori Fuse, Masoud Rostami, Borja Gonzalez-Valdes & Carey M. Rappaport

doi.org/10.26376/GPR2018012


The publication of this issue was supported by:

- TU1208 GPR Association

- Adapis Georadar Teknik Ab

- IDS Georadar s.r.l.


For information concerning COST Action TU1208 and TU1208 GPR Association, please take contact with the Chair of the Action and President of the Association, Prof. Lara Pajewski. From 4 April 2013 to 3 October 2017, this website was supported by COST, European Cooperation in Science and Technology - COST is supported by the EU RTD Framework Programme Horizon2020. TU1208 Members are deeply grateful to COST for funding and supporting COST Action TU1208. As of 4 October 2017, this website is supported by TU1208 GPR Association, a non-profit association stemming from COST Action TU1208.


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