Detection of Archaeological Cultural Heritage Using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)

GPR is a tool used to detect objects buried underground with a certain depth, using radio waves. In a GPR system, the equipment used consists of a control unit, a transmitting antenna and a receiving antenna, the appropriate data storage and display equipment. The GPR application can be used for surveying buried objects in shallow places, deep places, and checking concrete. The data collected from the GPR has been used as evidence in archeology, military intelligence, and criminal investigations. This technique has been used for decades to locate underground utilities such as pipelines, cables and natural gas lines. It has also been used in archeology, in cases such as military intelligence research and criminal investigations.



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