Cool link, really, I'm surprised it works with 5m precision (quite good for such a simple system and RF I would think).Take a look at this...it isn't perfect, but it is rather interesting that they got something working:
yesbut does it require a transmitter and receiver at the other end also?..
that's the problem. you would need a highly directional antenna, like a beam. Otherwise, how will you know where the signal was reflected at?.I am trying to make it by reflection properties of radio wave..
If there was any expert here you would be ordering parts or building a prototype by now.Thank You experts..Is there any other way to identify the vehicle at a distance of 50m...
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