radar fix

radar fix

[′rā‚där ‚fiks]
(navigation)
A determination of position by means of radar.

radar fix

A fix obtained by means of the range, bearing, or range and bearing on a radar target or targets.
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The existence of double/ concentric eyewalls was known in 1969, as there is one documented radar fix report of a double eyewall for Camille, in reviewing all hourly radar fixes.
The track revisions primarily relied on aircraft and radar fixes. The intensity revisions primarily relied on aircraft and coastal central pressure measurements converted to maximum winds via the Brown et al.
* The final ATC (secondary) radar fix occurred at 17:22 UTC
An elementary application of network-centric ideas is to use one sensor to cue something else: say, to use a fairly accurate HF radar fix to cue a missile-bearing airplane.
On the other side, there survives that whimsical goal of the radar fix that will completely counter all countermeasures and improve the fundamental performance of the radar at the same time.
The former reality star, who recently told the fellow reality star to 'get her man radar fixed', continued saying that some people have said Brook's desperate to settle own and have kids, but she's gorgeous and could easily get someone better.
A Nobby Solano cross found Antony Sweeney unmarked ten yards out, but last season's top scorer did not get his radar fixed and pushed a free header wide.
Mercifully, Gordon Strachan had his radar fixed firmly on Glasgow's East End and moved in to secure his services along with McDonald's.
Chavez said, 'We have our radar fixed on another group of banks and yesterday I spent nearly 10 hours studying them.
Lt Col Al Mazroui pointed out to another kind of radar fixed with a video camera and is connected to the Dubai Police Operations Room, which will be used soon.
``With the combination of a following sea and the Gulf Stream, we're notching up more than five knots without any effort whatsoever.'' The Spirit of Cardiff now needs her radar fixed and the crew are in need of rest.