DIY Radar Kit Will Set You Back a Cool $600

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DIY Radar Kit Will Set You Back a Cool 0

QM-RDKIT-2

While I’m a trifle puzzled how the kit could cost six hundred bucks, I love the idea of building a radar! It’s based off of Gregory Charvat’s coffee can radar project.

The QM-RDKIT Radar Demonstration Kit from Quonset Microwave is an ideal tool for use in the classroom for learning about Radar and for the DIY enthusiast. The QM-RDKIT Radar Demonstration Kit is controlled either through the onboard USB port or a Bluetooth connection. The QM-RDKIT Radar Demonstration Kit is available in three configurations. All kits include a User and Programming Manual, Lesson Guide, and control GUI for Window

They’re available for preorder and shipping in August. [via Mr. Vacuum Tube]

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