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Building a Radar for the Ham Bands

In the US, radio amateurs have access to literally hundreds of MHz of microwave frequencies, across several bands.  One of the common uses of micro-wavelengths is radar systems that can detect objects at a distance.



If you had a reason to build a radar for your own private use, which of the amateur bands would you choose, and why?



For reference, here's a link to a chart which at least lists the microwave bands allocated to amateurs in the US:...



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