RAF Install Radar At Mount Faber

Sunday, 1st September 1946

The radar device install at Mount Faber can pick up rain clouds over 100 miles away and watches the direction and speed at which the rain clouds travels. The installation was done by RAF (Royal Air Force) Telecommunication Research Establishment.

The efficiency of commercial air traffic is dependent upon ability to maintain flying schedules. With the device, the weather information can be radio from the ground station to the pilot.

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