Abstract: This paper presents a novel system to obtain images from the underground based on ground penetrating radar (GPR). Landmines are a persistent threat to human life and socioeconomic development, with millions of undetected and unexploded landmines buried in former conflict zones worldwide. Impulse ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology has emerged as a promising technique for detecting buried landmines, offering a non-invasive, fast, and effective means of detecting subsurface objects. Impulse GPR technology works by sending short electromagnetic pulses into the ground and measuring the reflections from different materials and structures, allowing it to distinguish between different objects, including landmines. However, the technique has several challenges and limitations, including soil conditions, moisture content, and the size and depth of the buried object. In this paper, we review the principles of impulse GPR technology and its application in landmine detection..

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12564

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