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The detectors built by LGV Rota could be classified as “passive Radar” because they were able to detect object without sending any signal. But Rota is not the only one to have worked on such concept. In 1939, a passive aircraft detector built by two scientists, J.Cecil Maby and T. Bedford Franklin, was tested with some success by the British Government.

These two scientists published their work and their experiments are fully documented. Can this throw light on some Rota’s claims? Discover the remarkable research work of Cecil Maby and Bedford Franklin