EVALUATION OF THE WEATHER INFORMATION REMOTING AND DISPLAY SYSTEM.
NATIONAL AVIATION FACILITIES EXPERIMENTAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY N J
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An Evaluation of the Weather Information Remoting and Display System WIRDS was conducted at the U. S. Weather Bureau Airport Station, Washington, D. C., and the Washington ARTCC, Leesburg, Virginia, to determine a system performance level which would permit an effective Operational Evaluation. The Weather Information Remoting and Display System was designed to process Weather Surveillance Radar WSR-57 weather information and present iso-amplitude contours and annotations on the Air Traffic Controllers display. It was concluded that the information presented by the WIRDS would interfere with ATC procedure by introducing ground clutter and aircraft targets onto the RBDE-5 Display. It was recommended that the WIRDS not be used to conduct an Operational Evaluation of the WSR-57 Weather Radar information presented to the Washington ARTCC. Author
- Air Navigation and Guidance
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment