GSSI 350 HS is a state-of-the-art digital antenna using our patented HyperStacking technology and works seamlessly with GSSI’s SIR 4000 control unit or customized Panasonic G1 tablet. It is easily configurable to accommodate a variety of applications including archaeology, geophysics, utility locating, and more. HyperStacking technology greatly improves the performance of traditional RTS technologies. Illustrated below is data collected along the edge of a soccer field in low-loss soils. Compared to a traditional GPR antenna, we can see a clearer image in addition to a 50% improvement in depth penetration.
HyperStacking Technology Explained
HyperStacking (HS) is a revolutionary real-time sampling (RTS) technique patented by GSSI, which
greatly improves the receive performance of a GPR system while maintaining the measurement
speed and radiated emission limits. It is achieved by a method of averaging (i.e., stacking) the
results of many individual scans that allows for clearer images.
|GSSI 350 HS Utility Scan GPR Antenna Specifications|
|Center Frequency||350 MHz|
|Typical Range||20 ft / 6 m|
|Maximum Range||40 ft / 12 m|
|Compatible GSSI Controllers||SIR 4000