Stella BuddenStella Budden graduated from London University in 1939.  
In the war she worked to mathematically model the polar diagrams of proposed radar aerial designs in order to predict their performance.  This included the fighter direction station AMES Type 16 (with 30 ft diameter dish and socillating dipole).

Stella's brother Ken Budden was also in the radar team at Worth.


If you have additional information or materials - please contact the Radar Trust
Papers & Links etc.
Penley Radar Archives - one or two photos of Stella Budden supplied by her daughter.
Group in March 1942:  Group 1 - Communications & Display, and also:  
   Group 7 - Chain Home Low (CHL) 150 cm Chain, Ground Controlled Interception & Fighter Direction

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