The First Maritime Navigation Radars in Spain After the Second World War [Historical Corner]


This issue's "Historical Corner" column hosts an editorial by Francisco Saez de Adana of the University of Alcal? regarding the history of radar from the Spanish point of read. The history of radar typically attracts interest, and several articles on the subject have appeared in IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, see, e.g.,:

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