Limitations of Ship Radar: Part I

We have already taken a look at the shipborne radar in detail in some of our other postings. Though the radar is an extremely useful instrument to have on board ships and has made life really easy, there are some limitations of a radar set too. Find out about these in our two part series of posts and here is the first part while you can click here for part II (link will be activated after its published)

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