Various countries claim to have been the first to have invented it, and in the 1930s a number of countries were working on radar for military purposes. Robert Watson-Watts (1892-1973) is widely regarded as the inventor of a large-scale practical system, which he patented in April 1935 (British patent). He played a key role in setting up an early warning system, round Britain, of approaching enemy aircraft.
At the same time the British government also experimented with detection and ranging ('distancing') by heat from aircraft engines. However, it became obvious that detection by heat still needed many years of research and development, whereas radar didn't.
The basic idea of sending out a beam and picking up its 'reflection' or return is much older.
The Doppler Radar was invented by Bernard Gordon
who invented the radar
The Doppler radar was invented by Bob Little Higgins in the year 1852
As far as I know, radar was invented by a Hungarian scientist named Zoltan Bay. That radar was first used in World War II by the British troops.
robert watson watts Radar wasn't discovered, it was invented.
Radar was first put on ships during WW2.
No, Radar was invented in the early 1940's, the Titanic sunk in 1912
Radar was not a Canadian invention. Radar was invented by the German inventor Christian Hulsm in the early 20th century.
At the University of Oklahoma
yes it was
September 5, 1997.
The first patent was in April 1935 for the invention of RADAR by Sir Robert Alexander Watson-Watt
Robert Watson-watt invented the radar on 15th june 1935.
No it did not because that kind of technology was not invented until WWII. At that time period when the Titanic was sailing it was not equipped with a radar.
John Barker and Ben Midlock invented the radar gun. They did so by detecting the signals that were coming from military ships and this was put into use as a way of measuring speed.
Car radar for collision avoidance
The newly invented radar.
a person who invented the radar and that's that hes dead why do we care