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Re: ACC radar frequency

i guess you have much deeper pockets, its the first thing i remove with the lower facia when i travel offroad. only takes one hole or rock to smash it off, not a chance im prepared to take.

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Re: ACC radar frequency

Man, you constantly re-shape shit huh? Your tone and insinuations are a poison to this otherwise friendly forum.

I'd rather leave it on... meaning I'd like to protect it, not that I'm happy to bust one every time I go out. Over here, even when only touring, stone strike from passing cars is an issue and mine already has chips on the lens. Should I be removing it when I hit the gravel for the next several hundred kays???
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The term "transparent" is frequently used in context outside that pertaining to the visible spectrum. No one suggested that you could see the shit.
Oh I think Lieutenant Commander Geordi La Forge begs to differ with you.......gotta get one of those visors too!
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Re: ACC radar frequency

maybe your original brief explanation could have been a little more thought out and explained!! much like you have now done, no need to get all defensive

also noting the difference between driving outback roads to 4x4 trails or sand dunes, my point was its easily removed in certain situations!!!!!!!!!!!

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Man, you constantly re-shape shit huh? Your tone and insinuations are a poison to this otherwise friendly forum.
I'd rather leave it on... meaning I'd like to protect it, not that I'm happy to bust one every time I go out. Over here, even when only touring, stone strike from passing cars is an issue and mine already has chips on the lens. Should I be removing it when I hit the gravel for the next several hundred kays???
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Hmmm... better to always be on the offensive and ASSume things about people? You're a laugh.
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Hmmm... better to always be on the offensive and ASSume things about people? You're a laugh.
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The term "transparent" is frequently used in context outside that pertaining to the visible spectrum. No one suggested that you could see the shit.
In a social context, transparency it is used to mean readily understood. Things are very "transparent" in this conversation.

Transparency, in science, is that property of a medium that allows visible light to pass through unscattered and that is how it should be used in sentences and interpreted as such. You cannot readily apply that definition to any form of radiation (ionizing or non-ionizing). One cannot refers to paper as "transparent" to beta particles and cement being "transparent" to neutron radiation. The lack of signal from a basement-located Wi-Fi router on the 2nd floor of a house is not attributed to a lack of "transparency" of the wood, brick, mortar, drywall that make up a house. The ability of non-ionizing (except visible light) or ionizing radiation to pass through (or be blocked) by a media is referred to as "penetration" or "shielding".
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radome

"In other words, the radome is transparent to radar or radio waves."
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Indy, please let me know how you get on.

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Re: ACC radar frequency

Anyway...

Anyone know of any resources that will list materials energy absorption for a given frequency?

There is plenty of information available for other bands eg. Radar transparent glass fabric reinforced polyetherimide/Cloisite 30B nanocomposites - Dwivedi - 2010 - Polymers for Advanced Technologies - Wiley Online Library

I think Teflon has the best properties i have found so far.

I have also found this "The condition of no reflection at interface requires ... blah blah.. the thickness of the dielectric layer be a multiple of a half-wavelength in the dielectric at the operating frequency"
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