long-range surveillance radar

long-range surveillance radar
The primary radar used for airways surveillance, long-range air defense, etc., up to ranges of 200 to 300 NM. These primary radar provide range and bearing (i.e., positional information), which in some areas may be supplemented by a height-finding surveillance radar.

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