NVIS

AcronymDefinition
NVISNational Vegetation Information System (Australia)
NVISNight Vision Imaging System
NVISNear Vertical Incidence Skywave
NVISNissan Vehicle Immobilizer System (vehicle ignition disabler)
NVISNight Vision Imaging Spectrometer
NVISNuclear Verification Information System
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"It is a complex process for our operational team to have embarked on, however I am pleased to report that we now have a fully capable NVIS team at the YAA.
Aero Dynamix is a leader and principal innovator of integrated NVIS solutions for both commercial and military aircraft.
The Cobham antenna part number 3190-99 is a NVIS half loop antenna designed for tactical and on-the-move with a 150 W power capability.
He told that according to Islamabad police reports, more than 400 trucks have been checked through these scanners but the performance of NVIS systems has been unsatisfactory and had failed to detect any type of prohibited items, weapons, explosive materials and drugs.
It emits radiance to Mil-85762A standards, for compatibility with NVIS panel displays used by operators wearing night vision aids.
NVIS, or Near Vertical Incidence Sky-wave, was used as early as WW II by the German Army and involves constructing an antenna with a very high radiation angle that approaches 90[degrees] (although other systems provide varied results).
The Pakistan Automated Fingerprint Identification System (PAFIS) Phase-II has been allocated 300 million rupees, while 150 million rupees have been allocated for the procurement and installation of a Non-Intrusive Vehicle X-Ray System (NVIS).
In response to growing demands from the security market, NEXCOM has launched its first intelligent in-vehicle security surveillance system, NViS 2140H.
PNRA: Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority (PNRA) has informed the committee that explosive scanners called Non-Intrusive Vehicle X-Ray Inspection System (NVIS) were imported from China and should be used for checking vehicles having kept humans away at a distance of 40 meters.
The v3 radar certainly has a much higher Necessity Coefficient than DVR (7 times), but it also has a per-unit cost over 450 times that of the Night Vision Imaging Sensor (NVIS) Phase II.
"With its Star Sapphire camera, Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) and spotter scope, it will help us to be one step ahead of the criminals on the ground."
WRC ISSUE: The loss of HF frequencies in the 4-10 MHz range, which are heavily used by the Navy and Marine Corps for fixed and mobile communications due to their unique over-the-horizon capability to support long-haul and Near Vertical Incidence Skywave (NVIS) communications, would negatively impact Navy and Marine Corps HF communications.