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radiolocation

[¦rād·ē·ō·lō′kā·shən]
(engineering)
Determination of relative position of an object by means of equipment operating on the principle that propagation of radio waves is at a constant velocity and rectilinear.
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2225) categories in either season when selection was based on individual radiolocations (third-order selection).
2006) with 30 x 30 m pixels for badgers with [greater than or equal to] 30 radiolocations (Seaman et al.
Functional models of the unmanned aircraft Magnitude Functions Nose-mounted magnitude Optical reconnaissance in the visible, infrared, ultraviolet ranges, target designation, reconnaissance of the radiolocation of a front hemisphere Front magnitude Radio engineering reconnaissance, statement of obstacles, spectral analysis, detailed optical reconnaissance, side radiolocation reconnaissance Wing magnitude Change of maximum flight duration Fuel tank magnitude Change of the full type Aircraft systems Change of unmanned aircraft operating magnitude modes Power plant magnitude Change of the power plant type
Interestingly, L-3 Cyterra had to obtain a waiver to use the Emmdar in the United States as the 3100 to 3500 MHz frequency band is allocated to the Federal Government Radiolocation service.
Rohde & Schwarz, Radiomonitoring and Radiolocation, Catalog 2001/2008
For example, if the specialisation of Aircraft Piloting was selected, a student was to study informatics, engineering graphics, mathematics, physics, political science, philosophy, English, Lithuanian, theory of flights, aviation meteorology, theoretical mechanics, air communication language, aerial navigation, radiolocation, thermodynamics, aviation devices, microprocessor systems, aviation psychology, aeroengines, aircraft constructions, economics, management and some other subjects.
Transformation of centric and concealed by noise signals takes place in case of receiving weak ultrabroadband radiolocation signals.
In the 3400-4200 MHz band one of the problems is co-existence between radiolocation services and fixed satellite services currently using this band.
8-10 L HAARP) FM commercial radio 88-108 U+ VHF commercial television (analog) (a) 54-88, U+ 174-216 UHF commercial television (analog and 512-700 U+ digital) Maritime mobile, radiolocation, radio- 0.
Messier for permission to include their radiolocation data from the northern Beaufort Sea in these analyses.
Radiomonitoring and radiolocation includes EW and COMINT equipment and systems.