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Title: Multiprobe In-situ Measurement of Magnetic Field in a Minefield via a Distributed Network of Miniaturized Low-Power Integrated Sensor System for Detection of Magnetic Field Anomalies
Authors: Javadi, H.
Bendrihem, D.
Blaes, B.
Boykins, K.
Cardone, J.
Cruzan, C.
Gibbs, J.
Goodman, W.
Lieneweg, U.
Michalik, H.
Narvaez, P.
Perrone, D.
Rademacher, J.
Snare, R.
Spencer, H.
Sue, M.
Weese, J.
Issue Date: 13-Apr-1998
Citation: SPIE, Aerosense Detection & Remediation Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets III
Orlando, Florida, USA
Abstract: Based on technologies developed for the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Free-Flying-Magnetometer (FFM) concept, we propose to modify the present design of FFMs for detection of mines and arsenals with large magnetic signature.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19247
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