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[[Image:Radar berlin fug240.jpg|thumb|right|British soldiers captures a rare FuG-240 "Berlin" Radar, dish antenna inside stremalined nose cover; 30 to 50 issued to service units, mostly on the Ju88G-6. Berlin used a wavelength of 10cm and was based on captured examples of the British cavity magnetron.]]
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Radar designed to be mounted in aircraft
 
Radar designed to be mounted in aircraft
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:20, 8 August 2011

British soldiers captures a rare FuG-240 "Berlin" Radar, dish antenna inside stremalined nose cover; 30 to 50 issued to service units, mostly on the Ju88G-6. Berlin used a wavelength of 10cm and was based on captured examples of the British cavity magnetron.
British soldiers captures a rare FuG-240 "Berlin" Radar, dish antenna inside stremalined nose cover; 30 to 50 issued to service units, mostly on the Ju88G-6. Berlin used a wavelength of 10cm and was based on captured examples of the British cavity magnetron.

Radar designed to be mounted in aircraft