radar station


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radar station

[′rā‚där ‚stā·shən]
(engineering)
The place, position, or location from which, or at which, a radar set transmits or receives signals.
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They made it to the radar station, part of the Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line set up by the United States and stretching from Alaskan islands to Iceland, last Thursday - and they even signed their names in the visitors' book.
Radar stations at airports are designed to track planes up to about 60 miles.
PIONEERS: The radar towers on the map (above), in the background behind the New Brighton lighthouse (below left) and a scrapbook relating to the radar station, which went up in 1947
The government has decided to withdraw the two pacts with the United States on setting up a radar station on Czech soil," he said on state television on Wednesday.
proposal to install missile interceptors in Poland and a radar station in the Czech Republic, said a noted Russian analyst.
The USA is going to ship a radar station to Israel to track down missile launches.
The main radar station of Manas International Airport went unserviceable in 2007.
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Ali Hosseini on June 17 said Tehran it had received indications from Putin that he would not follow through with his offer to allow the US to use the radar station in Azerbaijan.
Twenty-one buildings have been selected for the second series, including the first radar station, a wool mill and an abbey.
military to build a radar station in Japan as part of information-sharing for missile defense, a senior Defense Agency official said Monday.
VICTIMS of landslides which swamped a small village have blamed an aviation radar station for the devastation.
America wants to use Fylingdales radar station, North Yorkshire, for the system, dubbed `Son of Star Wars'.