Lûi-ta̍t

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A long-range radar antenna, known as ALTAIR, used to detect and track space objects in conjunction with ABM testing at the Ronald Reagan Test Site on Kwajalein Atoll.
Long-range radar antenna, used to track space objects and ballistic missiles.
Israeli military radar is typical of the type of radar used for air traffic control. The antenna rotates at a steady rate, sweeping the local airspace with a narrow vertical fan-shaped beam, to detect aircraft at all altitudes.
Radar of the type used for detection of aircraft. It rotates steadily, sweeping the airspace with a narrow beam.

Luî-ta̍t (ing-gú: radar; bô-suàñ-tēn thàm-tshik hām tshik-kū)[1][2] sī tsi̍t-tsióng thàm-tshik hē-thóng, luî-ta̍t sú-iōng bô-suàñ tēn-pho [en] lâi khak-tīng bú-thé siong-tuì-u hēn-tiûñ ê kū-lî (tshik-kū [en]), kak-tōo hām kìng-hiòng sok-tōo [en]. Luî-ta̍t ē-tàng iōng teh thàm-tshik hui-ki, tsûn-pi̍k [en], ú-hâng-khì, tō-tān, ki-tōng tshia-lióng, thiñ-khì hîng-thài hām tē-hîng [en]. Tsi̍t-ê luî-ta̍t hē-thóng pau-kua bô-suàñ-tēn [en] hi̍k-tsiá bî-pho [en]-i̍k sán-sing tēn-tsû-pho ê huat-siā-khì [en], huat-siā then-suàñ, tsiap-siu thian-suàñ (thong-siông iōng-teh huat-siā hām tsiap-siu thian-suànn), í-kip iōng teih khak-tīng bu̍t-thé ti̍k-sìng ê tsiap-siu-khì [en] hām tshú-lí-khì [en] tsoo-sîng. Lâi-tsū huat-siā-khì ê bô-suàñ tēn-pho (bi̍k-tshiong hi̍k-tsiá liân-suà) hōo bu̍t-thé lâi huán-siā tēn-pho koh-kā tēn-pho huán-siā tńg-khì tsiap-siu-khì, tsū-án-ni tō ē-tàng thê-kiong iú-kuan bu̍t-thé [en] uī-tì [en] hām sok-tōo ê sìn-sit.

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. "Radio Detection and Ranging". Nature. 152 (3857): 391–392. 1943-10-02. Bibcode:1943Natur.152..391.. doi:10.1038/152391b0. 
  2. "Remote Sensing Core Curriculum: Radio Detection and Ranging (RADAR)". University of Minnesota. University of Minnesota. 2021-05-31 khòaⁿ--ê. 

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  • Kaiser, Gerald, Chapter 10 in "A Friendly Guide to Wavelets", Birkhauser, Boston, 1994.
  • Colin Latham; Anne Stobbs (January 1997). Radar: A Wartime Miracle. Sutton Pub Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7509-1643-1. 
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  • David Pritchard (August 1989). The radar war: Germany's pioneering achievement 1904-45. Harpercollins. ISBN 978-1-85260-246-8. 
  • Merrill Ivan Skolnik (1980-12-01). Introduction to radar systems. ISBN 978-0-07-066572-9. 
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  • George W. Stimson (1998). Introduction to airborne radar. SciTech Publishing. ISBN 978-1-891121-01-2. 
  • Younghusband, Eileen., Not an Ordinary Life. How Changing Times Brought Historical Events into my Life, Cardiff Centre for Lifelong Learning, Cardiff, 2009., ISBN 978-0-9561156-9-0 (Pages 36–67 contain the experiences of a WAAF radar plotter in WWII.)
  • Younghusband, Eileen. One Woman's War. Cardiff. Candy Jar Books. 2011. ISBN 978-0-9566826-2-8
  • David Zimmerman (February 2001). Britain's shield: radar and the defeat of the Luftwaffe. Sutton Pub Ltd. ISBN 978-0-7509-1799-5. 

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