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02/04/1935 Radar patent

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Robert Watson-Watt was granted a patent for his new device, the RADAR. Watson-Watt originally worked as a meteorologist. He wanted to use radio signals to map out the position of thunderstorms. Between 1934-1939 many nations, including Germany, developed similar systems. British design was most successful.
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