Comparison of Airborne Turbulence-Indicating Doppler Radar Systems with Ground-Based Doppler Radar Systems.
Final rept. 15 May 81-15 Mar 82,
NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION BOULDER CO WEATHER MODIFICATION PROGRAM OFFICE
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To promote air safety, FAA has undertaken the task of maintaining current knowledge of the state of the design of turbulence-indicating weather radars. The airborne turbulence-indicating radar is a translation of ground-based radar technology to the airborne environment. Comparisons are made between data sets of the airborne turbulence-indicating radars and a ground-based Doppler radar with turbulence second moment capabilities. No comparison is intended between the airborne systems. Author
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