sequential lobing

sequential lobing

[si′kwen·chəl ′lōb·iŋ]
(navigation)
A direction-finding technique that utilizes the signal derived from partially overlapped lobes which occur in sequence.
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Early radars used sequential lobing to derive target-angle data by rapidly moving the antenna beam across the target.
However, this form of tracking made many ECM approaches, primarily those designed for use against sequential lobing radars, ineffective.

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