Sea-based X-band Radar

Sea-based X-band Radar

Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX) is a floating, self-propelled, mobile radar station designed to operate in high winds and heavy seas. It is part of the U.S. Defense Department Ballistic Missile Defense System. Continue reading

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Texas Twisters New Radar Dual Band Exciting H2O2 Atoms Into Frenzy

Texas Twisters New Radar Dual Band Exciting H2O2 Atoms Into Frenzy

We are having an interaction problem with the radar site locations overlapping each other and triggering into storm mode. To better understand here is another clip. Continue reading

By naturalrain Posted in Radar

Power Line Electromagnetic Disruption

In looking at the impressive drought busting rainstorm wrapping around east Texas and Louisiana and reading the storm totals so far, i saw something most would miss. All the major power lines are very obvious in the radar rainfall total overlays. In gauging the disruption or force is it miles across into the radar electronic read? So this is EMF disruption into a picture most can see and use. It blanks out all other electronic data into the field area there. Continue reading

Radar Fail

RADAR FAIL

As the new change over to the new radar sites to see into storms more clearly for better storm alerts for the masses, what happens when the tweaks of the system go array? When radar is in the Storm Mode at the lower angle and speed is increased what does that do to the water molecules it is blasting ? Continue reading