RADARS


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AcronymDefinition
RADARSRochdale and District Amateur Radio Society (est. 1990; UK)
RADARSReserve Active Duty Automated Reporting System
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Cambridge Pixel, a supplier of radar display, tracking and recording sub-systems, has introduced a 1U 19" rack-mount dual channel radar signal converter, the company said.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran on Saturday unveiled a new short-range radar system, named 'Matla al-Fajr 3', that traces targets 500km in range.
And unlike Phased Array radars or Active Electronically Scanning Array radars that require complicated and expensive transmit/receive modules - including phase shifters, amplifiers, circulators, and low noise amplifiers behind every single antenna element - MESA uses a vastly simpler metamaterials architecture.
Ground-based radars are used to get real-time information in warfare situations.
These radars provide coverage for aircraft operating predominately in the high level airspace on the more significant routes.
Radar detectors cannot detect any radars in Dubai, so motorists who spend cash on detectors should keep their money, a senior police official said.
MODES OF JAMMING, TYPES OF RADARS ON WHICH THEY ARE APPLIED AND ELEMENTS ON WHICH THEY ARE MANIFESTED
has an enormous number of radar systems--unfortunately, many of the older ones are not compatible with our air defense systems and the TDX-2000 ensures that compatibility," said Major Tony Burris, Chief CONUS Air Defense Communications.
In January 1998, a new study effort known as RADIUS was initiated to determine the feasibility of modernizing existing Soviet-legacy two-dimensional radars in the PfP nations to provide digital output compatible with the ASOC, and to reduce maintenance and operation costs.