[QST de K4LRG] Short course: Build your own radar

Tom Azlin N4ZPT tom at n4zpt.org
Mon Apr 2 12:16:43 CDT 2012

Thanks Maitland.

This latest set of tips are great!  Would be fun putting a 2.4 GHz radar 
out on our street.

I also found three WRT54xx type WiFi routers that can be converted to 
HSMM use. Now on my list is a simple mesh network.  I think you just 
added another project for my one of these (sooner) days list.

Not sure I will by myself one of the USB microwave sticks.

73, tom n4zpt

On 4/2/2012 1:03 PM, A. Maitland Bottoms wrote:
>>>>>> yad<yad at cuisp.com>  writes:
>> But is in Mass. and does have a fee.
>> http://web.mit.edu/professional/short-programs/courses/radar_systems.html
> Thanks for the tip!
> I also uncovered these links that may be of related interest...
> http://mrvacuumtube.blogspot.com/
> Two very nice videos showing the 2.4 GHz Coffee-Can radar in action:
> http://blog.makezine.com/maker/gregory-charvat/
> Seeing through walls - MIT's Lincoln Laboratory
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5xmo7iJ7KA
> FYI - feel free to buy me any of the Applied Radar Inc.
> USB Microwave sicks shown here:
> http://www.quonsetmicrowave.com/category-s/52.htm
> -Maitland
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