target angle

target angle

[′tär·gət ‚aŋ·gəl]
(navigation)
The relative bearing of one craft from another craft, measured clockwise through 360°.
(ordnance)
The angle at the target subtended by the observing base line.
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Long-range coverage provides accurate object discrimination, range and speed data, and target angle for vehicles more than 100 meters away.
Now point the back of the unit to the target and use "capture" to enter target angle in degrees.
Because 30 degrees AoB is the target angle of bank for this pattern.
Qualitative evaluation of Image Quality versus Angle Delta from Target Angle.
d] is the Doppler-frequency, [theta] is the target angle position, T is the PRI, d is the distance between receiving antennas, and [lambda] is the wavelength
In the studio, a so-called target angle is set on the floor for each robotic camera which is required for precise positioning and reproducibility of the individual shots.
The red rangefinder readout shows line-of-sight distance and true horizontal distance based on target angle.
Each target angle was repeated twice, resulting in six data points per participant in a non-fatigued state and six in a fatigued state.
Researchers recorded it in order to obtain the target angle in degrees, which is the angle that the volunteer was instructed to reproduce in next steps of the assessment.
The car's brain works out slip angle and then compares it with a target angle (presumably this means an angle that doesn't involve crashing the vehicle) and then instructs the rear differential to channel torque to the appropriate rear wheel.
Three repetitions were carried out for each target angle and the mean values at each angle were considered for analyses.

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