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remote sensor

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(General Physics) any instrument, such as a radar device or camera, that scans the earth or another planet from space in order to collect data about some aspect of it
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Weapon System to engage threats based on information provided entirely from C2BMC remote sensor and track data.
Part of this C2BMC modernization is an engage on remote capability that enables the Aegis Weapon System to engage threats based on information provided entirely from C2BMC remote sensor and track data.
Once the linearity of the remote sensor is verified, its sensibility or its [lambda]-variation with temperature is checked.
The company said Pulse HMS uses a remote sensor interface, diagnostic and prognostic analytics software modules, and wireless communication capability to perform data collection of the overall health and performance of an aircraft.
It may be installed with a remote sensor housing up to 15 metres from the transmitter.
With almost 30 years of experience, McQ has earned a reputation for delivering rugged, state-of-the-art surveillance and remote sensor systems for a wide range of commercial and government clients.
A unit with a 4.5" diameter polypropylene wall mounted housing and remote sensor is also available.
As the name implies, a remote sensor must be capable of operating at a significant standoff distance and, ideally, would be undetectable by the target population.
Advances in mapping from remote sensor imagery; techniques and applications.
7: Does the terminal use a Serial or IP protocols to communicate with the remote sensor?
ITT Exelis (NYSE: XLS) said it received a $3.2 million follow-on contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., to provide upgraded satellite remote sensor systems.

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