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MIT Radar System Can "See" Through Walls by Tiffany Kaiser

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Image uploaded from a quicklink Researchers at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory have created a new radar system that allows them to "see" through walls.

The radar system works similarly to how human vision works. Just as waves of visible light bounce off of objects and hits the retinas in our eyes, the radar system delivers radio waves that bounce off targets and make their way back to the radar's receivers.

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