radar operator


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radar operator

nradarista m/f
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"There has also been a lot of discussion from a risk perspective about where the responsibility lies--with the radar operator or with the developer," she says.
Clutter is displayed to a controller as "interference" and is primarily a problem for air defence and airport radar operators because it occurs more often at lower altitudes.
"As an RAF radar operator, I think I was exposed to such a large volume of radio waves that my body can't cope with any amount now.
The number of elevation scans depends largely on the scanning strategy employed by the radar operator at the NWS local office.
"As a Royal Air Force radar operator I must have been exposed to radio waves at such doses my body can't cope with any amount now.
Continuing the intercept, the controller guided the Black Widow until the radar operator on the big black-painted fighter picked up the bogey.
Fully aware of this weakness, makers of air-defense systems incorporate features that enable radar operators to shut down on warning of an anti-radar attack.
So instead of one target, the radar operator sees three, five or 10 and he does not know where to fire."
I stayed in Memphis to learn to become a radar operator. Then I moved on to Purcell, Oklahoma, to aerial gunnery school.
During the transit the Sensor and Airborne Radar Operator - SARO - plots the radar traffic in and around the mission area.
"We will clearly see if there is altered terrain that will give us clues,'' said radar operator Luis Avial.

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