low-range radio altimeter system

low-range radio altimeter system
The system used to measure the height of the aircraft from the ground when on a low-level approach. It measures the aircraft height from 0 to 2500 ft (8 km). The frequency of operation is 4300 MHz. It is essentially a radio altimeter.

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