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As the bomber flew over, "well to one side," Wilkins remembers, the spot moved up and down, oscillating faster and faster.... The varying output from the receiver caused the spot to oscillate, which it continued to do until, when it was about eight miles away, the Heyford flew out of range and the three delighted observers were left looking at the stationary green spot. Following this initial success, work commenced in May 1935 at Orfordness on a pulsed system with transmitting and receiving sites separated sufficiently («300 m) only for receiver isolation.
Data from each SPASUR receiving site are sent via land line [ 185] to a Space Surveillance Operations Center at Dahlgren, Virginia, where orbital computations are made. In 1960, these computations were made on a new, high-speed (15,000 operations per second) digital computer with a 20,000-word magnetic core storage capacity . Gumble  reports that SPASUR " . . " Calibration of the SPASUR interferometer system was reported  to use satellites with known ephemerides, which are calculated with data from the Minitrack stations.
The transmitter, using a Yagi-Uda antenna, and receiver, using a dipole antenna, were separated by one mile for isolation. Airplanes were detected at ranges out to seven miles . S. S. Signal Corps research focused on monostatic radars. 2 Developments in the United Kingdom In the United Kingdom, bistatic radar detections were observed by British Post Office engineers Nancarrow, Mumford, Carter, and Mitchell, in 1932 . The conditions and geometry of their observations were very similar to those of BTL [ 156] made a year later.