François Dolon

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— Ground penetrating radars (GPR) are commonly used on the Earth to probe the subsurface and the moderate mass and power resources they require make them a most useful tool in planetary exploration. In most cases, GPR need to be moved and perform soundings at various locations to retrieve the image of the underground layers or reflectors. Yet, TAPIR(More)
Introduction: In the frame of the NetLander mission , the Centre d'étude des Environnements Terrestre et Planétaires (CETP) has developed an impulse ground penetrating radar (GPR) operating at very low central frequencies from 2 to 6 MHz [1]. This instrument , named TAPIR (Terrestrial And Planetary Investigation Radar), aims at exploring the geological(More)
— EISS (Electromagnetic Investigation of the SubSurface) is an HF (~2MHz) impulse Ground Penetrating Radar dedicated to deep soundings (kilometric depths) of planetary sub-surfaces. This radar has the particularity to be operated from the surface in both monostatic (transmitter and receiver at the same location) and bistatic configurations (with a small(More)
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