The Language of Locating: Receiver

#8 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: The receiver is the handheld antenna or series of antennas used to determine the strength and location of a magnetic field.

The Language of Locating: Signal

#6 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: The signal is the part of the magnetic field that intersects a receiving antenna.

The Language of Locating: Signal Splits

#5 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: Signal splits refers to the location along the pipe or cable where the transmitter’s energy can begin to travel on two or more new line legs.

The Language of Locating: Splice

#4 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: A splice is a potential signal split on a cable system where the transmitters’s energy encounters multiple new line legs and the potential of going to earth.

The Language of Locating: Electromagnetic Pipe and Cable Locating

#3 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: Electromagnetic pipe and cable locating is the detection of magnetic fields produced by current flow on metallic pipes and cable.

The Language of Locating: Direct Current

#2 in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: Direct current is the type of energy produced by batteries; energy that flows in one direction.

The Language of Locating: 60-Cycle

1st in “The Language of Locating” educational video series: 60-Cycle refers to alternating current whose frequency is 60 hertz.

Staking U – GPR Student Testimonial

A student of Staking U’s GPR training course in Manteno, IL was asked for her thoughts on how future students might gain from this valuable learning experience.

Staking U – Student Interview

Servando Martinez, from 3S Services, told us about his positive learning experience with his 5-day training class at our Manteno Staking U headquarters.

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