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Jeri shows how to build directional radar from satellite dish LNB’s. She’s making her own TSA body scanner.

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  1. wow, great video!

    I’ve got one of those hotwheels radar guns – it uses a simple microcontroller to count the pulses, so I’ve been interested in the raw signal like she shows. I wonder if better processing could get you better sensitivity, or the ability to track two objects at once.

    Sadly, the biggest thing stopping me is the insane number of screws on this device – they are all glued in behind plastic bits, too, so you basically need to use a dremel a whole lot before you can take it apart.

    Can’t wait to see more of the series!

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