echo area

echo area

[′ek‚ō ‚er·ē·ə]
(electromagnetism)
In radar, the area of a fictitious perfect reflector of electromagnetic waves that would reflect the same amount of energy back to the radar as the actual target. Also known as radar cross section; target cross section.
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4] Breast fibroadenoma and phyllodes sarcoma are often difficult to distinguish in ultrasound; however, the unclear tumor boundary, uneven internal density or no echo area, and rich blood flow in Doppler ultrasound are suggestive for malignancy.
A HOST OF community group in the Echo area are set to receive a slice of a PS20m funding boost from the Co-op.
And if you're from the South Wales Echo area, you will be featured in our newspaper, too.
LIVERPOOL THE KILLERS: The Killers will be heading to the Echo Area to perform songs from their new album, 'Wonderful Wonderful and some old hits such at Mr Brightside.
Four days Friday, he was buried Dwyfor in Llanystumdwy, which is where he grew I know that many service people who live in the South Wales Echo area were stationed there during the troubled times of the 1950s.
The highest levels of children in poverty (after housing costs) in the Echo area is Loughborough Hastings where 617 children are affected, a total of 45.
THOUSANDS of meals have been provided to people in need this Christmas thanks to the efforts of customers at Tesco and Co-op stores in the Echo area.
Of the 16 sides in the ECHO area, half are playing at home tomorrow - Chester FC, Vauxhall Motors, Marine, Skelmersdale United, Prescot Cables, Warrington Town, Runcorn Town and Widnes Vikings FC.
Our judging panel will now be sitting down to decide which project in the Echo area should receive the pounds 5,000.
Derek Prescott, 32, who works in the city, was watching the giants waking up on Sunday near the ECHO Area with his partner, Angela Carney, and her mum, Joan.