radar netting


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radar netting

The linking of several radars to a single center to provide integrated target information.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Greater computing power makes possible not only better signal processing but also new tactics which may, incidentally, defeat stealth and other countermeasures, For example, one effect of radar netting via CEC is that a stealthy aircraft, which is visible only intermittently to any one ship of a group, becomes visible to all of them when they merge their radar data.

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