Experimental model for a seismic landmine detection system

  title={Experimental model for a seismic landmine detection system},
  author={Waymond R. Scott and James S. Martin and Gregg D. Larison},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
A laboratory-scale experimental model has been developed and tested for a system that uses artificially generated high-frequency seismic waves in conjunction with a radar-based noncontact displacement sensor to detect buried landmines. The principle of operation of the system is to measure the transient displacement field very close to a mine location. In this way, the absorption and the geometrical spreading of the seismic waves have not reduced the effects of the mine. By using a seismic… CONTINUE READING
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