• Ground penetrating radar ‘LOZA’ is an electromagnetic method used for near surface exploration.
  • A source (Tx) is used to send a pulse of electromagnetic waves (radio-waves) into the ground and the reflected signal is measured with a receiving antenna (Rx)
  • Every obstacle which has a permittivity different from the surrounding medium leads to reflection and scattering of the incident electromagnetic waves.
  • By moving the antenna over the ground every obstacle in the antenna beam produces a hyperbolic trace in the radargram.
  • Georadar “LOZA” differs from other devices first and foremost the design of the device itself.
  • The transmitter and receiver allows you to emit, receive and process radar signals to high power (> 1 MW), which makes it possible to work with a media with large absorption.
  • Control unit stores a large amount of data on the built-in screen displays information in real time, allowing for a number of tasks on the site, without the need for additional processing of data on the computer.
  • Low weight (10 kg), easy to maintain, well protected from unfavorable weather conditions.
  • Based on the potential of GPR “Loza” (about 120 dB) and data on the electromagnetic signal attenuation in different media, we can estimate the possible depth sensing.