radar image

radar image

[′rā‚där ‚im·ij]
(electronics)
The image of an object which is produced on a radar screen.
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Caption: A radar image reveals asteroid 3122 Florence and the motion of its two small moons over 1 1/2 hours.
Because the optical resolution is defined in terms of angles, the resolution of two adjacent objects is a function of the range to the objects, meaning no matter how distant the object, its radar image resolution doesn't change.
Mishra, "Dantzig selector based compressive sensing for radar image enhancement," Annual IEEE India Conference, INDICON, 1-4, 2010.
Digital signal processing techniques and applications in radar image processing.
An unexpected radar image of air-borne debris from a tornado that killed four people in Alabama may help to develop better warning tools.
The most fully realized work in the show, it suggests a radar image of a hurricane's eye encircled by a swirling vortex of technology.
The March 20 test also took the unmanned combat aerial vehicle, or UCAV, to its maximum speed and altitude of about 495 mph and 35,000 feet, verified proper operation of the weapon bay door and tested the X-45A's ability to transmit a radar image to the ground operator, said 2nd Lt.
Eagle digitally combines the generated radar image with the output from a standard DVI output (PanelLink) graphics card.
The modified equipment will be deployed by NASA as a participant in the Canadian government's Radarsat microwave radar earth imaging program and will be used to receive microwave radar image data from polar orbiting satellites.
These "bedcheck Charlies" created little radar image and flew too low and slow for our jets, which were designed for high-speed dog-fights, to shoot down.
com), a developer of primary radar, acquisition, processing and display solutions, has extended its product offering in radar display with the introduction of the SPx Radar Image Server (SPx-RIS).
3, but glitches in software that gathers radar, weather and flight information to produce a radar image was causing the computers to freeze periodically, officials of Professional Airway Systems Specialists said.