corner reflector

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corner reflector

1. A device, normally consisting of three metallic surfaces or screens perpendicular to one another, designed to act as a radar target or marker.
2. In radar interpretation, an object which, by means of multiple reflections from smooth surfaces, produces a radar return of greater magnitude than might be expected from the physical size of the object.
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Tenders are invited for provide 8 - corner cube 36" black varidesk; 28 - pro plus 36" black varidesk; and 36 - antifatigue mat black 24 x 36 .
The commonly-used inverted corner cube (ICC) RR structures with hexagonal aperture have several critical limitations that are primarily rooted in their manufacturing technique that involves complex assemblies/shapes of hexagonal pins and electroforms, particularly in case of freeform surfaces.
A wishbone principle with corner cube mirrors ensures reproducible data, and an interferometer design has been further refined with the introduction of a double-pivot concept.
An open corner cube consists of three mutually orthogonal mirrors; its optical center is at the common apex.
Tenders are invited for Supply of corner cube reflector in spherical housing dia.
The system uses a proprietary spectrometer design, including the Quadrascan interferometer with Corner Cube optics, to produce an exceptionally reliable system.