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Hi, I found this link on the WWW.

http://www.gizmag.com/worlds-smallest-sized-radar-system/25152/

Is there anything similar already out there within (the reach of hobby folk like me) that could be use with an Arduino? Maybe with a range of say few a cm to a few metres? Tried some of the robotics sellers' websites, but no joy.

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I am only aware of the ultrasonic ping sensors.
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This is a new much more accurate version of the ping sensor that I came across today:-
http://www.coolcomponents.co.uk/catalog/ultrasonic-rangefinder-hrlv-p-1068.html
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Thanks guys

 I'll have a look at those links.

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