The invention of radar;
Watson Watt’s contribution and the development of Chain Home;
Early airborne radar; German radar, and the Bruneval Raid;
Radar detection of V-2 rockets.
Modern radar benefits from the huge advances in computing power, and is used in applications as diverse as high-resolution imaging from aircraft and from satellites, air traffic control, through to detection of abandoned landmines.
The lecture will be followed by light refreshments in EDA’s social area and the opportunity for networking.
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