UltimateNuker
UltimateNuker
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9th January
10th January
Green button to start scan, red to stop. Yellow to reset screen (SPRK them) Deco ON. Credit to cjun0416 for the counter.
radar realistic accurate

Comments

  • SonicSawblade
    SonicSawblade
    2nd March
    better than superjohns's!!!!! lol
  • sentinal-5
    sentinal-5
    13th January
    @NoVIcE there are types of dish that use spherical reflectors. if you see one that looks like it's pointing into the ground, and the transciever is not in the middle of the dish, that one uses a spherical reflector. but in a "normal" antenna the dish is parabolic. some types even use perfectly flat reflectors, but they're not really used anymore. the ones on peoples roofs are a good example of that. i might make a save about it.
  • zanedema
    zanedema
    13th January
    A stealth aircraft with this cand of radar that just spits out random photons and hopes they come back is dead easy. its much harder when the beam is consistent
  • kobalt
    kobalt
    13th January
    just made stealth projectile wich has instructions for stealth
  • kobalt
    kobalt
    13th January
    dude stealth plane easy af
  • UltimateNuker
    UltimateNuker
    12th January
    @boomtish214: Ok
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    12th January
    Interesting
  • boomtish214
    boomtish214
    12th January
    Ultimate; i got an idea; using the best radar; make a stealth plane competition. xD
  • TheNik
    TheNik
    11th January
    No, a sphere does not reflect parallel rays towards a focal point, but a parabola does. Hence it is called "parabolic dish antenna". If you like geometry, I encourage you to prove this yourself, it is a fun exercise!
  • NoVIcE
    NoVIcE
    11th January
    @sentinal-5 isnt the sheet just a part of a sphere, not a part of a parabola? Thats what we were taught at least.