# target angle

## target angle

[′tär·gət ‚aŋ·gəl]
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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The participant was asked to bring the extremity to the target angle again actively or to indicate when s/he reached the predetermined angle passively.
Using the double-pulse FDA approach proposed in , the target angle can be estimated to be [[??].sub.s] = 0[degrees] by using the first pulse which can be seen as phased array, and then the target range can be estimated to be [[??].sub.s] = 50 km by taking advantage of the second pulse with FDA, as shown in Figure 5.
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.
In the experiments, the proposed analysis method is the major analysis of the target angle of the subjects' views in order to clarify the correlation between the target angle and the error.
We wish to determine the error in an estimate of target angle due to the clutter and noise.
Caption: Figure 10: Target angle of subtracks in pitch-down mode.
In addition, we can assess the detection of the target angle by varying the installation angle from -13[degrees] to 13[degrees].
The beat-signal is composed of the range, Doppler, and angle information of a target, where A is the signal amplitude, [f.sub.r] is the range beat frequency, [f.sub.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

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