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n. - Measuring instrument used to detect and determine where distant objects are by means of emission of microwave energy as waves or nuclear particles.

Usage examples (19)
  • If you look at the US Frequency Allocation Chart, you will see that ‘radiolocation’ and ‘amateur’ allocations often share the same space, or adjacent space, in the UHF...
  • Britain all became leaders in the development of radiolocation in their home countries and Sir Robert Watson-Watt has stated that, but for Appleton's scientific work,...
  • A vessel can fi nd its position using radiolocation.
  • Triangulation and more sophisticated radiolocation techniques, such as time of arrival methods, require multiple receiving points at different locations. for more
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