Dual-Pulse Radar Finds Threats In Clutter

Credit: U.S. Navy
Researchers have adapted dolphin sonar—used with “bubble nets” to herd fish—to a new radar concept that eliminates clutter while searching for concealed explosives or surveillance equipment on land. Twin Inverted Pulse Radar (Twipr), developed in England at the University of Southampton, with input...

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