radar scan

radar scan

The path or pattern described by the motion of a radar beam as it searches for a target. See helical scan and conical scan.
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AMI Director Bruce Cunningham added that the non-profit symposium will also feature a demonstration of the new Satellite Radar Scan technology that 'has made what appears to be a major discovery at a nearby site in the Agusan Del Sur area of the Caraga Region of Mindanao.'
The correlation coefficient between the azimuthal sectors of the first radar scan and the corresponding sectors of the further scans was computed.
Cambridge Pixel has been selected by Lockheed Martin Integrated Systems UK to supply software modules for radar scan conversion, target tracking and radar fusion.
A radar scan of Shakespeare's grave in Holy Trinity Church, Stratford, found evidence that it had been disturbed at the head end some time after the burial.
It also mitigates the degradation of transmitted RF energy which can occur around the edges of a radar scan. Selex is a partner in the Euroradar consortium alongside Airbus' defence and space subsidiary and Indra.
Radar scan plane is shown in Figure 2, in which R indicates the radar scan radius that detected vehicle (the distance threshold is 50 m and the relative velocity threshold is 30 m/s and the width of the lane is 4 m; [absolute value of R x sin [alpha]] [less than or equal to] 2).
Greer, "Automatic recognition of radar scan type," US Patent 6,697,007, 2004.
Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions (CWCDS) has announced the availability of SoftScan/1905, its new integrated embedded Radar Acquisition and Scan Conversion system that combines the company's SoftScan radar scan conversion software and a rugged, high-performance COTS 6U VME single-board computer (SBC).
For radar display, the product includes a radar scan converter, which presents a Plan Position Indicator (PPI) radar display image with configurable view, colour, brightness, persistence and trail history.
Instead of the ancient church 'with 10ft thick walls' that appeared on a radar scan, they found only the 1950s foundations of the Old Priory car park in Leominster itself.
They also required 2k radar scan conversion and radar acquisition capability.