The bulky horn antenna of a traditional radar gun has been compressed down to a square panel about 40 millimeters on a side. Intended for athletes and coaches looking to improve performance, the Pocket Radar uses Doppler radar to measure the speed of an object to within 1.6 kilometers per hour.
Credit: Joshua Scott
Product: Pocket Radar
Availability: Spring 2010
Company: Pocket Radar
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