air-route surveillance radar

air-route surveillance radar

[¦er ‚rüt sər¦vā·ləns ‚rā‚där]
(navigation)
A long-range (approximately 150-mile or 240-kilometer) radar used by the Federal Aviation Agency to control air traffic between terminals. Abbreviated ARSR.
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will manufacture two airport surveillance radars and two long-range air-route surveillance radars, described as the latest generation of all solid-state primary radars.