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radar camouflage[′rā‚där ‚kam·ə′flazh]
The use of special coverings or surfaces that reduce the reflection of radio-frequency energy back to a radar set, to minimize chances for detection of the object by an enemy radar set.
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The use of radar-absorbent or -reflecting materials to change the radar-echoing properties of a surface of an object.
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