The Groundvue 6 & 6C is inline towed antenna specifically designed for mapping sub-surface geological formations in harsh environments. Ideal for quick lithology investigations, identifying deep void structures or mineral exploration. When undertaking a simple common offset reflection survey the systems can be triggered to sample at a specific time interval and GPS positions are autonomously recorded.
Data is transferred via wireless network or Bluetooth (please specify on order) to a Windows OS device. The intuitive and user interface means data acquisition is simple and quick.
The GV6 & 6c do not require a reference cable between the transmitter and receiver, the receiver automatically synchronises to the transmitter. WARR records can be acquired by one operator in seconds by simply detaching the transmitter from the receiver and pulling the receiver away from the transmitter at a steady pace.
No reference cable means effortless CMP and WARR velocity calibrations
Unlike most other GPR systems the GV6 &6c are spread spectrum systems. This means that unlike Impulse systems- where an impulse is directly transmitted- a sequence of different pulses are transmitted which the receiver correlates in order to achieve a longer transmit pulse and higher mean transmit power, resulting in deeper penetration.
Now Dual Channel!
The GV6 is now supplied as a dual channel system where by the transmitter pulse alternates between a spread spectrum and standard impulse to produce two GRP records. Channel 1 is the traditional spread spectrum record for deep geological and mineral delineation. Channel 2 is the impulse record providing near surface shallow stratigraphic information.
The GV6 &6c antenna are low frequency and unshielded, therefore users will need to check if there are any national or local restrictions which may prohibit their use. In many cases the local communications regulator will need to be notified when and where a survey is to take place. For use in the UK a Non- Operational Licence Application Form (OfW 225) must be submitted with Ofcom. Please contact Geomatrix for further information.
The Latest version of the GroundVue data acquisition software can be accessed from this link - GroundVue Software.