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Radar installations

In radar technology (radar: radio detecting and ranging), a very short pulse of radiation is sent out and the resulting echoes received back can be used to detect the location of reflecting objects.

The wireless radiation is emitted in a similar fashion as from a cell sector antenna, but a radar antenna rotates. With localized but focused high energy, the airspace as well as buildings and regions farther away are scanned with the lower part of the main lobe.

Because the antenna rotates, measurable pulse peaks usually occur in intervals between 4 and 12 seconds, and can still be registered at a distance of over 50 km.

Radar technology has many applications: traffic radar (speed trap), aircraft radiation radar, marine navigation radar, or military radar. This technology is also used in weather surveillance, avalanche warnings, distance measurements, etc.

The following companies offer products protecting against RF or wireless radiation:

Floors Biologa    
Walls Biologa Rigips klimaPOR
  STO BioSol KS
Windows NEHER BioSol Biologa
Doors NEHER BioSol Biologa
Ceilings Rigips BioSol Biologa
Roofs Bauder Ziegelmeier  
Rooms Biologa Rigips STO
  BioSol KS  

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