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« Reply #20 on: August 17, 2009, 11:31:05 pm »
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the exp4000 i paid 30k aus dollars about 4months ago. i got the gold edition with the super sensor. there basic package is about 19k aus dollars

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« Reply #21 on: August 18, 2009, 01:28:21 am »
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Well, so I was correct on the prices. The basic unit probably uses parts worth around USD 500.00. (retail price is however USD 19.000,00)

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« Reply #22 on: August 18, 2009, 05:20:23 am »
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I have been looking at the USA discovery multi sensor. It looks pretty good does anyone know much about this device.

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« Reply #23 on: October 04, 2009, 09:43:38 am »
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Hi Christian,

I am also new at this site and I will appreciate if you can help me on such a GPR device for detection of metals in wet soil. I assume the depths to be max. 10 meters. I have seen that you are recommending Minelab GPX 4000 or 4500. I was wondering if you had any experience with this device or anybody you know?

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« Reply #24 on: December 14, 2009, 12:33:41 pm »
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Hi all,

New member here, just been doing some research into this GPR technology. Looks interesting so far, im sure it will grow through further research. What I can tell it that this equipment till now, that it has been quite useless in mineralized grounds eg. clays, iron, solid bedrock. Mixed reviews on this OKM manufacturer, so far.

Anyone used OMKs new equipment? (eg. eXp 4000, with attachments)

Does anyone think its worth trying this technology in Australias mineralized hard/rocky uneven grounds?

Anyone got any opinions on this attachment, for OKM products?

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« Reply #25 on: January 22, 2010, 07:33:01 pm »
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What about NOKTA radar as advertised to be the First time in the World ?
See it here

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« Reply #26 on: February 25, 2010, 08:45:21 am »
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Hi every body
I want to know if the segnale of the gpr can be detected by the radar goverment,because this gpr legaly not allowded in our country.
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« Reply #27 on: February 25, 2010, 09:47:51 am »
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Quote:Posted by GoldDigger1950
Years ago, the method was to use a small charge of dynamite and listen to the return. No kidding. Today, ground penetrating sonar is used. They do not use the acronym GPS for that for obvious reasons of confusion with the navigation system. Sonar pings can be analyzed by a fast laptop with ease and will even detect underground caverns and rivers. The best place to read about them in the NASA Tech Briefs archives - if you can access them. NASA commissioned several studies of this technology to determine if planetary landers could use them to see underground on the moons of the large gas giants. My company bid on a few contracts for these. Unsuccessfully.

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Sign up. It is free. Look around on the terms ground penetrating and see what you turn up. You do not have to want to build one but companies who have patented the process will probably be selling them. That is called connective research. You may not be able to understand the patents or the technology but knowing who is working on it will help get you going in the right direction.


This dynamite technology is still very much in use today. They refer to is as a seismic study around here. Guess that is what it is called everywhere. It is used to map salt domes and other anomalies here is SE Texas pretty regularly. They stick "microphones" i the ground about every ten feet covering a few square miles of land and then start setting off the charges. Pretty interesting stuff.

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