Jaguar Cockpit The museum has a Jaguar Cockpit which you can sit in and experience what it feels like to fly the aircraft.
There is also a photo reconnaissance display, featuring pods used on the Jaguar, plus Stereoscopic photos. See Norwich in a new light using the stereoscopic viewer.
RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

A registered Charity No. 1058887

curator@radarmuseum.co.uk Contact Details Phone 01692 631485 email:
GEE Navigation System Early in the war it was found that many of the bombing raids over Germany were inaccurate, particularly night time raids where it was estimated that only 5% of bombs were dropped on target. To improve accuracy the GEE Navigation System was developed. The system had a Master transmitter and three slave transmitters set up in a Y formation. The transmitters were 80 miles apart. The aircraft had a receiver and by analysing the signals from the different transmitters and using a chart it was possible to pinpoint the position of the aircraft to an accuracy of a few 100 metres over a range of 400 miles.  
There is also a photo reconnaissance display, featuring pods used on the Jaguar, plus Stereoscopic photos. See Norwich in a new light using the stereoscopic viewer.
curator@radarmuseum.co.uk Contact Details Phone 01692 631485 email:
Jaguar Cockpit The museum has a Jaguar Cockpit which you can sit in and experience what it feels like to fly the aircraft.
RAF Air Defence Radar Museum

A registered Charity No. 1058887

GEE Navigation System Early in the war it was found that many of the bombing raids over Germany were inaccurate, particularly night time raids where it was estimated that only 5% of bombs were dropped on target. To improve accuracy the GEE Navigation System was developed. The system had a Master transmitter and three slave transmitters set up in a Y formation. The transmitters were 80 miles apart. The aircraft had a receiver and by analysing the signals from the different transmitters and using a chart it was possible to pinpoint the position of the aircraft to an accuracy of a few 100 metres over a range of 400 miles.