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Ground penetrating radar (GPR) systems emit electromagnetic energy into ground and receive reflection signals to process and display images of objects underground. The technology can be applied to variety of fields such as military, constructions, geophysics, ... In the paper, we will propose the prediction deconvolution technique for signal processing in GPR systems. The technique is developed based on the method of Least Square filter and Wiener filter. Our processed results have shown that by applying the proposed technique, received signals will be eliminated interference and give better images with high resolution. In addition, to get good results we see that it is necessary to predict the accuracy of pulse response of environments.

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Issue: Vol 15 No 1 (2012)
Page No.: 52-59
Published: Mar 30, 2012
Section: Engineering and Technology - Research article

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Le, H., Bui, P., Nguyen, D., & Nguyen, N. (2012). APPLICATION OF THE PREDICTION DECONVOLUTION TECHNIQUE TO SIGNAL PROCESSING IN GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SYSTEMS. Science and Technology Development Journal, 15(1), 52-59.

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