KATHMANDU, Nov. 7: In an investment of about One Billion Nepal has installed a radar in the Bhattedanada of Lalitpur district aiming to prevent flights coming without information.
The radar has been installed in the top of the mountain in the donation of the JAICA by the Civil Aviation Authority Nepal.
Though Nepal have had installed the radar some 6 months ago it had not come into operation. This time the American Company will make the test operation of the radar and then it will come into full operation, Authority’s spokesperson Birendra Shrestha said.
The Mono Pulse Secondary Surveillance Radar has the capacity of 2 Hundred Notecall 9 per notecall 1.85 kilometer capacity.
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