field of search


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field of search

[′fēld əv ′sərch]
(electronics)
The space that a radar set or installation can cover effectively.
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Trifling as they might be in themselves, these particulars were of serious importance to Magdalen, for they helped her to fix the limits of the field of search.
So we have contracted our field of search to a large book, printed in double columns and in common use.
If you can say definitely, for example, that some murder has been done by a man who was smoking an Indian lunkah, it obviously narrows your field of search.
This question of the unfastened window easily narrowed the field of search for the murderer.
I had made sure of the other rooms; the field of search was exhausted.
Sobhi also signed an agreement with his Cypriot counterpart Christophoros Fokaides in the field of search and rescue.
Contract notice: Framework agreement for the consultation and support of the field of search engine marketing (sea).
A few years back, the field of search engine optimization (SEO) was a vastly growing and wildly confusing industry.
It is also considered a technical meeting aimed at experience and information exchange among experts in the field of search and rescue from various countries.
It is a large area for a small submersible that has a very narrow field of search, and of course, it is literally crawling along the bottom of the ocean," he said.
Neophytou said there is the possibility of further cooperation between the two countries possibly in the field of search and rescue and not only in the field of hydrocarbons.
Addressing the 27th International Meeting of the Joint Committee of COSPAS-SARSAT, that takes place in Limassol, the Minister said that this annual event has come to be recognized as a key forum for addressing the major issues in the field of Search and Rescue.