Clarity really matters.  It's what allows you to take decisions on-site.  It can make the difference between detection and non-detection, particularly in difficult environments.  It can also save you time in post-processing.  


  • Shielded antennas to cut out clutter and comply with EMC regulations.
  • Twin arrayed antennas to focus the bean and increase signal transmission in the ground.
  • Very high repetition rate: 2MHz to 500KHz. A high repetition rate of this order of magnitude (well above the indistry norm) reduces noise in the receiver. This also eliminates the need for other noise reducing measures, e.g. it makes stacking traces redundant.
  • A true 16-bit A/D converter on a receiver sampler with very high linearity. High linearity = excellent detection of small signals.
  • Noise free operation through the application of screening and cable damping. The results are as good as using fibre optic cables but in a much more robust design.
  • Better definition of targets through use of wide bandwidth.