radar target


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radar target

[′rā‚där ‚tär·gət]
(electromagnetism)
An object belonging to a desired class which reflects back a signal sufficient to produce a fluorescent mark on the radar screen.
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Eider" radar targets exhibited pulsed, irregular periods of movement; movement rates were higher when sea ice was present, without precipitation, and during tailwinds and crosswinds but were not affected by lights.
The extended HRRP-JEM analysis described in this paper is expected to be useful for advanced radar target recognition with HRRP-JEM.
Xu, Radar Target Characteristic, 86-92, Publishing House of Electronics Industry, Beijing, 2005.
Instead of transferring test messages, as in the first-phase, the meteor-burst communications system now carried the live remote radar target information that was being displayed at the ROCC.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply of Rf up and down convertor for radar target simulator systems
At 1602, the radar target was at 5400 feet msl and abeam a 6500-foot peak when the radar target disappeared.
The company also demonstrated its ARTS9510 automotive radar target simulator.
Kim, "A comparative study on ISAR imaging algorithms for radar target identification," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Such a ramp response was found to be approximately proportional to the profile function of the radar target, which is defined as its transverse cross-sectional area versus distance along the line-of-sight parallel to the incident wave direction.
As is well known, angular glint is a radar target signature in equal importance compared with radar cross section (RCS), and its effects on radar sensor mainly arise at target near field.
The debris was identified as that of a radar target.