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radar netting[′rā‚där ‚ned·iŋ]
The linking of several radars to a single center to provide integrated target information.
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The networking of a number of radars, including surveillance, height finding, and, in some cases, even fire-control radar (FCR), to a single center to provide integrated target information display.
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