CODAR


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CODAR

[′kō‚där]
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Dumont, "Experimental assessment of the performance of high-frequency CODAR and WERA radars to measure ocean currents in partially ice-covered waters," Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, vol.
Kirkpatrick, "HF radar performance in a low-energy environment: CODAR SeaSonde experience on the west florida shelf," J.
Several different types of computer are used by the Afatds system, including the Hewlett Packard Tactical Computer Unit, Northrop Grumman AN/GYK-37(V)2 Lightweight Computer Unit, GTE Codar Explorer II compact computer unit, or a laptop incorporating a Raytheon TCIM (Tactical Communications Interface Module).
10:45 HIGH FREQUENCY COASTAL RADAR (CODAR) SURFACE CURRENT MEASUREMENTS IN THE MISSISSIPPI SOUND
The current observation HFRs can be roughly divided into two types based on the method employed to determine the bearing of the radial currents: beam forming (e.g., WERA [2]) and direction finding (e.g., CODAR [3] and OSMAR-S [4, 5]).
Para realizacao das analises temporais e espaciais, as causas de eventos climaticos foram distribuidas em seis grupos segundo a Codificacao de Desastres, Ameacas e Riscos (Codar) (Quadro 1).
"We're going to be here for the long haul", declared Codar Technology Inc.'s (Longmont, CO) John Cochran in response to the uneasy perception of military customers that "some of the bigger guys are abandoning their customers." Codar, one of the first DOD ruggedizers, was established in 1980 and has grown from its original three employees to almost 140 employees.