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Subject: Re: Radar basics?
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 23:33:10 +0100
Organization: Kijoma Solutions Ltd
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"Arthur Jernberg" wrote in message
> RADAR BASICS RULE#1 DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF THE ACTIVE RADIATING
> Those who have are fairly well baked by now. Microwave ovens work on the
> same principle
> "Terry Pinnell" wrote in message
> > I was interested to come across this radar-based alarm, which triggers
> > a 'dog barking' sound:
> > As I already have a realistic dog simulator, which powers an external
> > speaker, I was thinking of maybe trying to build one of these myself.
> > Has anyone had any hobbyist-level experience of radar please? Is it
> > viable, in terms of cost and construction skills needed? And if anyone
> > alreday has a UK source of inexpensive parts or kits it would save me
> > some research.
> > PIR would be an alternative, but this gadget above claims to work
> > through walls...
> > Terry Pinnell
> > Hobbyist, West Sussex, UK
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