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Subject: Re: Radar basics?
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 23:35:19 +0100
Organization: Kijoma Solutions Ltd
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your receiving antenna would need to of similar construction to the sending
and pointing the same direction at the same time fromt he same location
a tad tricky i would of thought tho ..
"Douglas Wills" wrote in message
> 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
> 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
> signals being put out by thise systems.
> I figure that the information (frequencies etc) used (at least in the
> systems) would be available for public consumption, and their exact
> is known, so could you receive the reflected signal and process it for
> 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
> publicly availble information to help me out?
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