subclutter visibility

subclutter visibility

[′səb¦kləd·ər ‚viz·ə′bil· əd·ē]
(electronics)
A measure of the effectiveness of moving-target indicator radar, equal to the ratio of the signal from a fixed target that can be canceled to the signal from a just visible moving target.
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To combat the projected reduced threat from radar cross-section cruise missiles, the future Navy radar must have unprecedented subclutter visibility.