Filtering Soil Surface and Antenna Effects From GPR Data to Enhance Landmine Detection

  title={Filtering Soil Surface and Antenna Effects From GPR Data to Enhance Landmine Detection},
  author={Olga Lopera and Evert C. Slob and Nada Milisavljevic and S{\'e}bastien Lambot},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
The detection of antipersonnel landmines using ground-penetrating radar (GPR) is particularly hindered by the predominant soil surface and antenna reflections. In this paper, we propose a novel approach to filter out these effects from 2-D off-ground monostatic GPR data by adapting and combining the radar antenna subsurface model of Lambot with phase-shift migration. First, the antenna multiple reflections originating from the antenna itself and from the interaction between the antenna and the… CONTINUE READING
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