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Inspection of Internal Structure of Walls by Subsurface Radar

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This paper deals with the application of ultra-wide band time-domain subsurface radars, equipped with special signal processing techniques, to realize non-invasive image testing of the building walls' internal structure that are made with brick, stone, concrete, reinforced concrete, and other construction materials. There are two normally associated problems: qualitative and quantitative, considered. Limitations and shortcomings of radar imaging, due to inherent physical features as well as signal processing improving the quality of radar images, are discussed. Actual field data are used to illustrate applications of subsurface radar for non-destructive testing of walls' internal regions

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 10 )