Meteor radar provide measurements of the upper mesosphere and lower thermosphere neutral wind field by using the reflection of electromagnetic waves from meteor trails. These radars are relatively inexpensive and provide an excellent means of monitoring the mean winds and tides in the 80 to 100 km region. Recently new techniques were developed to detect meteor echoes from other ground based radar systems operating in the HF/VHF frequency range. The meteor echo information augments the data that are routinely collected by these radars. These new techniques are discussed.