Dihedral reflector | Article about dihedral reflector by The Free Dictionary
dihedral reflector[dī′hē·drəl ri′flek·tər]
A corner reflector having two sides meeting at a line.
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It can be seen from the results that when scattering angle varies from [[theta].sub.s] = 0[degrees] to [[theta].sub.s] = 90[degrees], scattering from both ship and coupling interaction preponderate in the total scattered field because of dihedral reflectors
on the ship and dihedral reflectors
formed by flank of the ship and the sea surface.