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Choosing & using ship"s radar

Wylie, Francis James

Choosing & using ship"s radar

a brief guide

by Wylie, Francis James

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Published by Hollis & Carter in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radar in navigation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] F. J. Wylie.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVM480 W9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination150 p.
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5769810M
    ISBN 100370013158
    LC Control Number71469240

    ST, Radar changes. Radar range on RN and USN ships now varies based on target class. VMF Radar hasn't been changed. Media. Close. Posted by. u/OVanBruce. Alpha Player. 2 years ago. Archived. ST, Radar changes. Radar range on RN and USN ships now varies based on target class. VMF Radar hasn't been changed. Radar uses radio waves, which are a type of electromagnetic energy. Sonar uses the echo principle by sending out sound waves underwater or through the human body to locate objects. Sound waves are a type of acoustic energy. Because of the different type of energy used in radar and sonar, each has its own applications. Radar.

    Navigating using Radar First, when plotted on the chart, the VRM range will give you a very accurate COP, and the EBL back bearing will allow you to establish a reasonable Estimated Position (EP). However, if you can identify two navigation aids or features on your display, use the VRM values from each object to plot both COPs. Rain? Ice? Snow? Track storms, and stay in-the-know and prepared for what's coming. Easy to use weather radar at your fingertips!

    I will assume that you are asking about surface search radars, since that is the only one I am willing to discuss. The height of the antenna, and the height and degree of reflectivity of the target make a difference. A 19 foot sailboat will not pa. The Navy has no radar equipment built specifically for searchlight control, but it is reported that the Japs are using radar designed for this purpose. Since radar equipment alone is not capable of distinguishing friendly from enemy vessels, auxiliary equipment has been produced to aid in this vital function.


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Choosing & using ship"s radar by Wylie, Francis James Download PDF EPUB FB2

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