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    Radar Detector

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    Radar Detector Every person has a tendency to speed while they are driving. But most people still drive slowly because nobody wants to get a speeding ticket. But now, during the development of technology, people invented something called the radar detector, which can avoid you from getting caught while you are driving over speed. In this paper, I want to talk about the Passport 8500 X50 comparing to the Valentine One and Bel 985, which is known as the world’s best radar detector. Before trying

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    Radar Detector

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    Radar Detector Radar, which stands for Radio Detection and Ranging, was developed for military purposes. The British and US military used radar to locate ships and airplanes. However, when they were using this technology annoying blips consistently appeared on its screen. It turned out that these blips were raindrops. They saw this hindrance as a wonderful opportunity and in 1957 created the WSR-57 (weather surveillance, 1957), which became the primary radar for the weather service for nearly

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    lower accidents or increased safety (Smith). Speed cameras are an unmanned type of technology and to be used to detect speeders and people who run red lights. This type of speed camera technology uses certified radars to detect violators. When you speed or run a red light both the radar and camera is activated. Violating vehicles immediately have their pictures taken. The technology in the camera system identifies which lane the detection came from and several photos are taken of the motorist. The

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    On the Road to New York

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    the concrete of the highway. Every fifth exchange a brown Highway Patrol car with a pale yellow stripe down the middle and a low profile light bar would be sitting waiting for the next speeder. Maybe this helps them to blend in? Oddly enough my radar detector never went off. Were they just there to present the threat of being stopped? When I got out of Wisconsin Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania pretty much look like ND. When you get to Chicago however things take a very different turn.

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    aggressive sales program resulted in $13500 sales at year’s end totaled 26000. 93 percent of profits came from radar detectors .Along these sales; issues regarding the ethicality of such high selling, profit-capable-good are on line affecting further sales and production of such resource from his suppliers. I. Problem Considering the problem regarding the business competition and radar detectors specially its ethical issues, what would be the best move for Drake to maintain SSC’s success? II. Objectives

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    Radar: A Silent Eye In The Sky

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    Radar: A Silent Eye in the Sky Today's society relies heavily on an invention taken for granted: radar. Just about everybody uses radar, whether they realize it or not. Tens of thousands of lives rely on the precision and speed of radar to guide their plane through the skies unscathed. Others just use it when they turn on the morning news to check the weather forecast. While radar seems to be an important part of our everyday lives, it has not been around for long. It was not put into

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    Radar and Sonar Detection

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    University of Manitoba. Web. 19 Nov. 2009. . "SpringerLink - Journal Article." SpringerLink Home - Main. Web. 29 Nov. 2009. 26 26. Launer, Donald. (2009). Navigation through the ages. Sheridan House Inc. Johnson, Bill. (2009). Essential boat radar. West Sussex, United Kingdom: Wiley.

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    Britain referred to this underwater locator as ASDIC, which was the Anti-Submarine Detection Investigation Committee. This committee, however, never existed. The name was just a cover-up to keep the actual detector secret. The term SONAR came from the Americans, who used it as the equivalent of RADAR. The term ASDIC was terminated in 1948 when NATO was formed and signals were being standardized. Sonar utilizes sound propagation to detect objects, navigate, and communicate. Through acoustic location

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    Earth observation satellites (EOS) are orbit apparatus specially designed for earth surveillance and monitoring in order to achieve an enriched understanding of the earth’s layers and system. Basically, EOS are grouped in synchronized series of polar orbiting satellites for a permanent observation job towards the ground section, water surface, atmosphere and biosphere. EOS are operated at low altitude (around 800 km) in order to obtain a better portrait of designated objectives. 1.2 History The

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    There are many technological advances used today to discover the unknown, and provide estimates of them. Treasure hunters use water dredges or "the mailbox system." Archeologists use LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) or GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar), and most importantly, Hurricane hunters use planes, dropsondes, and satellites to gather information about hurricanes. Dropsondes and satellites are the most important and most technologically advanced system used by modern adventurers, because their

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