a ship, vehicle, or aircraft stationed at a distance from a protected force to increase radar detection range.
[rey-dahr-skohp] /ˈreɪ dɑrˌskoʊp/ noun 1. the viewing screen of equipment. /ˈreɪdɑːˌskəʊp/ noun 1. a cathode-ray oscilloscope on which radar signals can be viewed. In a plan position indicator, the target is represented by a blip on a radial line that rotates around a point, representing the antenna
- Radar trap
noun 1. See speed trap
noun 1. (in radar astronomy) a very large radar antenna used to study planetary bodies in the solar system.
[rad-klif] /ˈræd klɪf/ noun 1. a city in central Kentucky.