Basically. It's a direct connection from the TV station to the radar site, usually T1 or ISDN or DSL. But not over the air.chrismoll said:So weather radar feed is transmitted via T1 line not like microwave or radio signal?
Satellite images come from space, those can be received (check the weather forum here.)look at sat images, i want to recieve them directly myself.
In ways you can't get.I want find out how terrestrial radars transmit
In the past many stations put their doppler radar feed into the subcarrier of their TV signal, and if you had a special decoder you could display it live. Those are almost all Internet based now.n5ims said:If you directly received a weather radar signal,it would only be a very brief pulse of radio waves and wouldn't really tell you much.