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  • Radar: What happened next? Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain

    Radar: What happened next?

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    Since the Second World War, radar systems have become smaller, further, wetter and stealthier. Discover the...

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    29 Aug 2014

  • Radar: What happened next?

    Radar: What happened next? Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain
    Updated 29 Aug 2014
    Since the Second World War, radar systems have become smaller, further, wetter and stealthier. Discover the application of radar in modern life with this...
  • OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC

    OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky

    By The OpenLearn team

    Embrace a remarkable human drama behind the invention that was to prove pivotal in the Battle of Britain - radar.

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    28 Aug 2014

  • OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky

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    OU on the BBC: Castles in the Sky Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: BBC
    Updated 28 Aug 2014
    Embrace a remarkable human drama behind the invention that was to prove pivotal in the Battle of Britain - radar.
  • Radar: What happened next – Stealthier Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain

    Radar: What happened next – Stealthier

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    The Germans took evasive action to avoid radar detection in the Second World War, and the avoidance / detection game...

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    23 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Stealthier

    Radar: What happened next – Stealthier Copyright free image Icon Copyright free: Public domain
    Updated 23 Jul 2014
    The Germans took evasive action to avoid radar detection in the Second World War, and the avoidance / detection game has been played ever since.
  • Radar: What happened next – Wetter Creative commons image Icon ShipFan under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
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    23 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Wetter

    Radar: What happened next – Wetter Creative commons image Icon ShipFan under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
    Updated 23 Jul 2014
    The development of sound waves as a way of detecting things in water.
  • Radar: What happened next – Further Creative commons image Icon Arpingstone under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license

    Radar: What happened next – Further

    By Dr Ian Johnston

    During and after the Second World War radar systems continued developing, increasing in both range and accuracy.

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    22 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Further

    Radar: What happened next – Further Creative commons image Icon Arpingstone under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license
    Updated 22 Jul 2014
    During and after the Second World War radar systems continued developing, increasing in both range and accuracy.
  • Radar: What happened next – Smaller Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: RAF Mark's Castle
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    22 Jul 2014

  • Radar: What happened next – Smaller

    Radar: What happened next – Smaller Copyrighted image Icon Copyright: RAF Mark's Castle
    Updated 22 Jul 2014
    The race against time to develop smaller radar systems during the Second World War.