FAQ: Ground Radar?
A plane flying with constant speed passes km / min over a ground radar station at an altitude of km and climbs at an angle step. At what rate, in km / min is the distance from the plane to the radar station increasing minutes later?
A: Im sorry? I think you missed something out numbers ...
We need to dig 'babies graves': Ground Penetrating Radar reveals two ...
A Galway County Council source said last night: ‘The health board had bought the site and they were going to develop it.
‘There were all sorts of plans and I am not aware of anybody telling the nuns to move their colleagues.
‘My understanding is that they did it because they were no longer going to be having anything to do
with the site and they felt they would be expected to leave it completely clear for whoever was going
to do the development work. It was no secret.’
German Air Force commissions first TRS Ground Master 400 radar ...
Image: The GM 400 radars will replace German Air force's existing Thomson-CSF medium power radar radars. A part of TRS's fully digital 3D air defence radar family, the GM 400 is designed to safeguard vital military assets and expeditionary forces through the detection of a wide range of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), missiles, mortars and rockets...
Radar barrier could detect Gaza tunnels, experts say
- 1.0 Introduction: The Ground / Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) is a single materiel solution for the Multi-Role Radar System (MRRS) and Ground Weapons Locating Radar (GWLR), requirements. It is a three-dimensional, short/medium range multi-role
- Ground-penetrating radar, known as GPR, is among the most promising technological responses to the tunnels, Israeli and American experts say. The radar – which can “see” into the ground – has been used from the surface to search for smuggling tunnels
- The radar can measure tiny movements of the ground of less than half an inch, or less than a centimeter, from an altitude of almost 8 miles (13 kilometers) above ground. According to Randal Albertson, deputy director of NASA's Airborne Science Program