Encrypted Radar

U.S. Army is working on encrypted radar that enemies can’t detect

By on March 17, 2016 at 1:23 PM.

U.S. Army is working on encrypted radar that enemies can’t detect

Always looking to push the technological envelope, the U.S. army is working on a new and innovative technology designed to shield radar emissions from detection.

According to reports, the U.S. Army Communications, Research, Development and Engineering Center (CRDEC), an organization based out of Maryland, has been busy developing an encrypted form of radar that enemy combatants in a war or combat setting would be unable to pick up on. Such a system would represent an important strategic advantage as soldiers in battle often need to use radar-based systems without letting adversaries know that they are operating in a given area.

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Passport 9500ci Review: radar detector, laser detector custom install

The Boy Genius Report: Escort’s Passport 9500ci radar and laser defense system

By on May 15, 2013 at 11:10 AM.

The Boy Genius Report: Escort’s Passport 9500ci radar and laser defense system

It’s funny to think how absolutely last-century speeding tickets are. I mean, a person actually has to take a radar gun, or laser gun, aim it at a stationary part of your vehicle like a license plate, and find out how fast you’re going. They then need to follow you and pull you over, just to let you know you were going a little bit faster than the speed limit on this beautiful spring morning with all of your windows open, and not another car on the road. More →

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