range ring

range ring

[′rānj ‚riŋ]
(electronics)
Accurate, adjustable, ranging mark on a plan position indicator corresponding to a range step on a type M indicator.
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Popular electronic flight bags offer to display a range ring showing where the airplane will be in a series of minutes or miles if its trajectory remains constant, which is another way to think of trajectories.
It consists of three main pieces: the cam itself, a calibration ring and a range ring. The cam physically moves the scope up/down in the specially designed base system.
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