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radarscope

[′rā‚där‚skōp]
(electronics)
Cathode-ray tube, serving as an oscilloscope, the face of which is the radar viewing screen. Also known as scope.
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A user operating the GT-ASP is required to consider several sources of information in order to identify unknown aircraft flying within the surveyed airspace displayed on a radarscope. A large part of this process involves simply scanning the radarscope for specific air tracks, the identities of which are indicated by the shapes of their symbols.
Obviously, this can be hazardous to your mission effectiveness, (even your health) whether you're in the cockpit, in your car, looking at a radarscope, or entering data into a computer.
It was a side of him that few saw and one which he kept well beneath the public radarscope. It was, in my view, however, a side of him that personified the real Wally Dowd far more than the hard-charging admiral that the bulk of the Navy thought they knew.
Some of them seem to be below our radarscope right now, but they certainly are on Syria's radarscope.
A clique of 28 MPs drawn from at least four political parties denuded also of a Welsh Secretary at the heart of government will struggle to get noticed on an overwhelmingly English radarscope, and that is likely to be more a recipe for division than harmony between Wales and Westminster.
We know that the inability to meet debt requirements often results in Chapter 11 filings and as such should always be on the radarscope. A declining interest coverage ratio warns us that the company's ability to meet its debt requirements is diminishing.
I reported the crewman's after-takeoff checks complete and stared anxiously at the radarscope until I saw the familiar outline that defined home.
Phil Goff's offer of military support just hours after the terrorist attack lit up New Zealand on Washington's radarscope as a `friendly'.
'That moment with the radarscope was very dramatic.
The pilot responded, "Three thousand one, climbing." Moments later, Flight 628 disappeared from the radarscope; it had collided head-on with a two-seat Rockwell Aero Commander.
However nowadays, radar tools like RadarScope are widely available and detailed mesoscale models like the HRRR can be viewed.
Michael Wolfinbarger, Justin Greenfield, Robb Young, Stdrovia Blackburn, and Ross Kimes, for tireless efforts to develop and improve their RadarScope mobile application, enabling widespread access to professional quality weather radar information by meteorologists and the public.