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From: "Douglas Wills"
Subject: Re: Radar basics?
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 17:42:27 -0400
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I've often wondered, is it possible to view (receive and display actually)
the radar signal generated from an airports radar system? I live in an area
where there are several radar sources (4 public airports and MANY military
radar systems) and I have always thought that it would be "neat" to view the
signals being put out by thise systems.
I figure that the information (frequencies etc) used (at least in the public
systems) would be available for public consumption, and their exact location
is known, so could you receive the reflected signal and process it for your
own radar airport controller HUD.
Note that I am not talking about sending out a radar signal, simply
receiving and displaying one. Is this something that could be done by a
hobiest without spending a fourtune? If so, does anyone know any websites or
publicly availble information to help me out?
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