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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-037
Date: October 2010

Step Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar Characterization and Federal Evaluation Tests


  1. Scott, M.L., Gagarin, N., Oskard, M., and Mills, M.K. (2005). "Step Frequency Ground Penetrating Radar Applications to Highway Infrastructure Measurement and System Integration Feasibility With Complementary Sensors," Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, 1164–1170, Brunswick, ME.

  2. Scott, M.L., Gagarin, N., Mills, M.K., and Oskard, M. (2006). Step Frequency GPR Evaluation of the Natchez Trace Parkway: Pavement and Infrastructure Measurement and Assessment for FHWA Digital Highway Measurement Vehicle Applications, Highway Geophysics Nondestructive Evaluation Conference, Saint Louis, MO.

  3. National Telecommunications and Information Administration. (2008). "Technical Standards for Federal 'Non-Licensed' Devices," Annex K, Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management, 1–42.

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