scanning monopulse radar

scanning monopulse radar
A terrain radar that scans the terrain ahead of the aircraft and determines the elevation the aircraft must follow to clear the ground by the required height.
Aircraft at correct height.
Aircraft below safe height. Radar indicates need to climb.

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