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Using Geophone Sensors to detect seismic events

Using Geophone Sensors to detect seismic events

JTAdams from Jtadams.ca has build an interface for his geophones using Raspberry Pi and managed to record some seismic events on this. He writes:

I have always been fascinated with how seismic detection can see what is under the ground. So much so, that I decided to try it for myself. It works by generating a wave from the surface and measuring the reflections bouncing back from the layers below use something similar to a microphone, called a geophone. I created some amplifiers to amplify the signals from the geophones, and read them with a raspberry PI. I will show how I did all this, and what the results were.

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