Radar Laboratory

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Synthetic Aperture Radar - Origin and Early Development (ca. 1950–1975)
... at Goodyear Aircraft Company in Litchfield Park, Arizona, invented synthetic-aperture radar in June 1951 while working on a correlation guidance system for the Atlas ICBM program ... system known as DOUSER ("Doppler Unbeamed Search Radar") ... at the University of Illinois' Control Systems Laboratory showed results that they pointed out "could provide the basis for radar systems with greatly improved angular resolution ...

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