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Radar Navigation

who created radar navigation and what does it do
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Earving Segura

on 6 April 2011

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RADAR NAVIGATION BY:David Quiroz,Earving Segura Who invented the Radar? The Radar was invented by hungarian scientist named Zoltan Lajos Bay, and it was first introduced in World War II by the British army. Radar navigation works the same way GPS works but it also uses Sonar navigation

Underwater radar naviation works with sound waves and similar to ultrasounds.they send a sound wave and expects it back. the faster it comes back the closer an object is. How does Radars work ? sources:
Wipedia.com
howstuffworks.com
google.com
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