radar coverage


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radar coverage

[′rā‚där ‚kəv·rij]
(engineering)
The limits within which objects can be detected by one or more radar stations.

radar coverage

The effective coverage of an area or airspace provided by a radar set or network.
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Takeaway: If you have to fly any distance to be assured of ADS-B and radar coverage in Rule airspace, you might want to forego seeking the $500 rebate.
It's unlikely there's radar coverage once you're on the localizer.
The farther the weather, or your aircraft, is from a radar dome, the more the Earth has curved away from the beam, so the more limited will be the radar coverage. The best and only weather picture will be of the mid- and upper atmosphere.
"The same is true of China's radar coverage, made possible by advanced surveillance/early warning radar facilities at Fiery Cross, Subi, and Cuarteron Reefs, as well as Woody Island, and smaller facilities elsewhere.
The analysis done to support a new southwest Washington radar revealed several significant holes in radar coverage for Oregon as well, including the central Oregon coastal region, the area near Medford, where the radar is poorly located, and much of eastern Oregon, which is not covered by meteorological radar at all.
National Weather Service radar coverage across the U.S.
When deployed along the border with Pakistan, the system will provide India with 600kms radar coverage and the option of shooting down a hostile aircraft or missile 400kms to 40kms outside its territory.
Based on analysis of satellite images from January to February, the report said China already had significant radar coverage of the northern part of the South China Sea given its mainland installations and on the Paracel Islands to the northwest of the Spratlys.
The rules include expanded radar coverage aimed at detecting and deterring drug and flights.
AESA radar can also provide high-speed data link capability, supporting peer-to-peer networking by combining data from multiple platforms to deliver expanded radar coverage and enhanced resolution.
Romero says pilots earn from $10,000 to $25,000 per flight.A A The border has no radar coverage and the neighboring nations' air forces are limited so drug flights can only be intercepted on the ground.
"Another damaging leak was provided by Ahmet GE[micro]kcE-l, who had disclosed the radar coverage of Turkish airspace by fixed and mobile radar units.