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.
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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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Implementation costs aside, the technologies with which to build such an intelligent traffic control system and vehicle already exist, albeit in bits and pieces, like a jigsaw puzzle; vehicle navigation systems, anticollision radar and cellular data systems are available now.
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.
[3.] Takimoto, et al., "Automotive Anticollision Radar," Applied Microwaves, Fall 1992, pp.