anticollision radar

anticollision radar

[‚an·tē·kə′li·zhən ‚rā‚där]
(engineering)
A radar set designed to give warning of possible collisions during movements of ships or aircraft.

anticollision radar

An airborne radar meant to warn the pilot of any aircraft that he or she may be on a collision course with.
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The 33 GHz model is also ideal for development and production of anticollision radar systems in the automotive sector.
An anticollision radar can track up to 20 ships within a 48-mile circle, while a 3-centimeter radar provides a larger picture useful in navigating narrow passages.