Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) MALÅ MIRA HDR
With the highest point density on the market MALÅ MIRA HDR delivers unsurpassed class-leading resolution. The MALÅ MIRA HDR produces data with less noise, at higher speeds, with more functionality using improved mechanical design and modern software. The MIRA HDR is a cost-effective 3D GPR array, optimized for mapping large areas to locate buried objects and artefacts.
Using the recommended settings gives a stable 32-bit output even at highway speeds, producing exceptional data quality. The 6.5 cm channel spacing, allows for the collection of precise, high resolution data down to a depth of 5 m (depth penetration varies depending on local conditions).
The system can collect up to 132 data channels simultaneously since it allows any combination of the individual receiver and transmitter antennas used in the array to be paired for measurements during data collection.
The MALÅ MIRA has been redesigned to take full advantage of the MALÅ HDR technology, giving you the best possible GPR data quality, resolution and depth range.
The MALÅ HDR technology produces data with significantly lower noise levels, compared to traditional GPR systems. A lower noise floor gives a wider bandwidth when compared to conventional time-interleaved systems. This removes more of the background interference, giving sharper data with higher contrast, and the ability to see deeper than non-HDR systems.
Like many MALÅ GPR products, there are a variety of carrier solutions available to suit different applications. The MIRA HDR is designed to be used in a regular lightweight trailer for road surveys or front-mounted for precision work.
The strong but lightweight materials used, and compact design of the antenna array box also allows it be hand pushed with ease. Contact us to see what the most suitable solution is to fit your region and application.
With the new MIRAsoft HDR acquisition software, you will experience a modern and easy-to-use interface with integrated navigation aids, that speed up your surveys even further. It lets you track the performance and data collection in detail, helps to maintain the correct speed and course, shows real-time slice views and real-time GPS positioning.
MIRAsoft HDR can be used for collecting new multichannel GPR data and also to view previous projects; it exports to several formats for simple integration with other software packages. Post-processing and interpretation of data are done in other 3D GPR software such as rSlicer and GPR-SLICE.