radar scanning

radar scanning

[′rā‚där ‚skan·iŋ]
(engineering)
The process or action of directing a radar beam through a space search pattern for the purpose of locating a target.
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A massive rescue effort deployed boats, divers, spotlights, and radar scanning to scour the river for several kilometres downstream from the accident site.
It must to use spatial interpolation, since the radar scanning sampling data is distributed in 14 tapes, and distribution of the data samples is irregular and uneven.
The entry-level SE models are generously equipped with the likes of 17-inch alloys, privacy glass, dualzone climate control, radar scanning front assist, an automatic braking pedestrian monitor, plus driver fatigue warning.
Even the entry-level SE models are generously equipped with the likes of 17-inch alloys, privacy glass, dual-zone climate control, radar scanning front assist, an automatic braking pedestrian monitor, plus driver fatigue warning.
The two new lakes, located 550 to 750 meters under the Devon Ice Cap, one of the largest ice caps in the region, were spotted through airborne radar scanning conducted by a multinational team of researchers and scientists from NASA.
A Honeywell system for collaborative radar scanning is also in use on planes such as the Airbus A320 and the Boeing 737 Max.
These were exactly the questions that we targeted in the Dynamical and Microphysical Evolution of Convective Storms (DYMECS) project, in which we used automated radar scanning to track the evolution of the 3D structure of more than 1,000 convective storms.
The equipment list is compressive and includes radar scanning reversing warning to left and right and there's a handy wireless smart phone charger.
Tenders are invited for Generation Radar Scanning and Advanced Imaging.
"I would normally expect the first thing would be some form of geophysical survey or radar scanning before you put a spade in the ground."
In the second plot, radar scanning detected no walls but revealed a sloping surface of hard-packed sand, possibly another courtyard.
The craft had finished nearly two orbits in its first radar scanning of Venus -- recording the sharpest images ever obtained of the planet's cloud-soaked surface -- when the initial interruption occurred.