The Multi-Source is a breakthrough electrical resistivity/induced polarization imaging system. The system consists of 2 to 255 transceivers. Each transceiver can act as either a transmitter or receive and multi-units can transmit simultaneously (US Patents US9151861B2 plus patents pending). Each unit has its own GPS for position and timing information and a long-range ISM band radio link. The system works in rugged terrain and around obstacles such as such as buildings, roads, rivers, etc. Extensive testing of the units in geothermal, mining, carbon-dioxide sequestration has shown that the system can provide superior resolution with exploration depths up to kilometer.
2 Channels per Unit with 24 Bit Resolution
Each Multi-Source uses 2 transceiver channels. It is easily expandable to include additional units since each are able to auto-locate their position using an internal GPS.
The distributed resistivity system consisting of multiple transceivers (weighing only 18.6 lbs (8.5 kg) with 240 watt hour battery) that can communicate with each other through a low-power distributed wireless network. The wireless feature allows each unit to be placed in the most desirable position by providing module-to-module communication.