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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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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.
About Eastern OptX Founded in 1998, Eastern OptX designs and develops radar altimeter test sets, radar range channel replicators, radar target repeaters, and radio channel (air interface) replicators for the RF and microwave applications.
Programmable radar target creation is possible from close in (five feet) to over 200 miles, in steps as small as five feet; and
This is just one of the challenges facing those who deal with radar target recognition processes.
com), a trusted provider of commercially developed ISR subsystems, announced that it is delivering integrated Application Ready Subsystems([TM]) (ARS([TM])) and system integration services to BAE Systems Mission Systems for its Advanced Radar Target Indication Situational Awareness and Navigation (ARTISAN) 3D Naval Radar Program.
Doubtful classification of tumours that may be obtained with PEM (in cases of small multifocal tumours or in cases with borderline Standardized Uptake Values) are expected to be resolved by applying combined automatic classification techniques to Radar Target Signatures of tumours obtained with UWB.
For example, an airplane may have a low radar cross-section from the side, but seen from above or below it may offer a massive radar target.
Test and measurement expert Rohde & Schwarz is now selling the ARTS turnkey radar target simulator from ITS and miro-sys.
The missile utilized GPS/INS navigation with enroute transition to anti-radiation homing (ARH) guidance on the air defense radar target.
One of the main reasons for such a comprehensive sensor suite is that combat experience, such as during the Gulf War, demonstrated that air defence systems relying on radar target acquisition and tracking can be jammed or degraded, while an optical-based or a flir system would remain operational.
Knowledge-Based Radar Target Classification (Igal Bilik and Joseph Tabrikian).