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  • Hensoldt Presents "TwInvis" Passive Radar for the first Time in Live Operation

    http://www.defense-aerospace.com/art...-air-show.html


    MUNICH/BERLIN --- Hensoldt, the leading German sensor solutions provider, is presenting its passive radar system called "TwInvis" to the public for the first time in live operation during this year's International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in Berlin.


    Some news outlets already speculated that the F35s didn't fly because of the radar being operational.


    https://www.welt.de/wirtschaft/artic...penbomber.html

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    I could do this decades ago with an old 13" black and white TV. I could track aircraft speed and direction by the rate of picture roll and flutter on the screen with just a tin foil and coat hanger antenna. Always ahead of the curve.

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    • #3
      As always Germany was first


      The Klein Heidelberg radar used the Chain Home emittance and was bi-static


      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klein_Heidelberg

      It wasn't discovered until well after D-Day.

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