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Mon September 9, 2013
Traffic Radar And Its Connecticut Roots
We've all had the experience of cruising along the highway only to come upon a police cruiser nestled behind some trees with the officer holding a radar gun. Even if you're driving the speed limit, your first reaction may be to slam on the brakes.
That technology is about 70 years old, and got its start right here in Connecticut.
Pagan Kennedy recently wrote about the origins of traffic radar in the The New York Times Magazine.