radar

ˈreɪdə

Перевод:

Noun: радар радиолокатор радиолокация радиолокационная установка
Adjective: радиолокационный

Фразы:

within the sweep of the radar - в радиусе действия радара

radar clutter - засветка на экране локатора

en-route surveillance radar - обзорный трассовый радиолокатор

early warning radar - станция раннего обнаружения

navigational radar - навигационный радиолокатор

surveillance radar - обзорный локатор

vertical incidence radar - вертикальная радиолокация

control radar - радиолокационная станция наведения

ground-based radar - наземная радиолокационная станция

guidance radar - радиолокационная станция наведения

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Примеры:

The airliner disappeared off their radar. - Авиалайнер исчез с их радара.

The plane is meant to be invisible to radar. - Подразумевается, что этот самолёт будет невидимым для радаров.

Astronomers track large meteors using radar. - Астрономы отслеживают большие метеоры с помощью радара.

Radar established the precise location of the aircraft. - Точное местонахождение воздушного судна установил радар.

Связанные термины:

pulse radar: a radar system using pulse modulation

radar trap: a section of road on which the police check the speed of vehicles, often using radar

radar beacon: a device for transmitting a coded radar signal in response to a signal from an aircraft or ship. The coded signal is then used by the navigator to determine his or her position

radar scanner: → another name for scanner (sense 3 )

radar screen: a screen on equipment used in radar, a method for detecting the position and velocity of a distant object

radar sensor: a sensor on equipment used in radar, a method for detecting the position and velocity of a distant object

weather radar: radar designed or suitable for use in detecting clouds and precipitation

radar astronomy: the use of radar to map the surfaces of the planets, their satellites, and other bodies

radar operator: someone who operates the equipment used in radar, a method for detecting the position and velocity of a distant object

tracking radar: a radar system emitting a narrow beam which oscillates about the target, thus compensating for abrupt changes of direction

drop off the radar: to be forgotten or ignored because people's attention has moved to something more important

to be off the radar: to no longer be noticed or important

to be on the radar: to be noticed or important

to vanish from the radar screens: to go missing ; to no longer be visible or able to be detected by anyone

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