Hi, I am still working through the motion to have a clear picture in my mind on how the chip radar works compared to an "old style" impulse radar. In most discussions, the point is to detect a target at a certain distance, and the radar settings seem to allow for bracketing within a range window where it is going to "look for" and "see" a target. Now what about the case where I want to look at the internal properties of a material of thickness d. Assuming there is enough power and sensitivity for that, I'd want to see "all" (within the radar range resolution) internal layers from x = 0 to x=d in the material. How would you go about it? Setting a frame size that encompasses d? or changing the offset? etc... d could be in the 0-2m range, or 0-5m range, or 0-20m range. thx. L.