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Table Of Contents

1 Radar Controls
2 Setting Up The Display
2.1 Switching Off
2.2 Incorrect Adjustment Of Controls
3 Other Controls
3.2 Echo Enhancement
3.3 Heading Marker And Range Ring Delete
4 Radar Presentations
4.1 Relative Motion Unstabilised Display
4.2 Relative Motion Course-Up Stabilised Display
4.3 Relative Motion North-Up Display
4.4 True Motion Display
1.1 Characteristics Of A Radio Wave
2 Performance
2.1 Echo Strength
2.2 Horizontal Beam
2.3 Vertical Beam
2.4 Maximum Range
2.5 Minimum Range
3.3 Waveguide
3.5 Time Base Unit
3.6 Receiver
3.7 Display Unit
3.8 Colour Displays
3.9 LCD Display
3.10 Interfacing
4.1 Range Measurement
4.2 Pulse Length
4.3 Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF)
4.4 Bearing Measurement
4.5 Wavelength And Frequency
4.6 Marine Radars
4.7 Refraction
4.8 Radar Horizon
5 Effects Of Weather
5.1 Super-Refraction
5.3 Sub-refraction
5.4 Attenuation
5.5 Rain Clutter
5.6 Other Causes Of Attenuation
6 Echo Strength
6.1 Target Size
6.2 Target Material
6.3 Target Aspect
8.2 Active Radar Reflectors
8.4 Anti-Collision Radar Transponders
10 The Radar Logbook
11 Performance Standards
12 Installation, Maintenance And Safety Precautions
12.1 Maintenance And Troubleshooting
12.2 Safety Precautions
13 Siting Of A Marine Radar
13.1 Siting Of The Scanner
13.2 Siting Of The Display
1 False Echoes
1.1 Side Echoes
1 False Echoes
1.1 Side Echoes
1.2 Indirect Echoes
1.3 Multiple Echoes
1.4 Interference
1.5 Shadow And Blind Sectors
1.6 Second Trace Echoes
1.7 Other Causes Of False Echoes
2 Beamwidth Distortion
4 Bearing Discrimination
1 Measuring Radar Bearings
1 Measuring Radar Bearings
1.1 Bearing Measurement
1.3 Radar Bearing Errors
2 Measuring Radar Ranges
2.2 Floating EBL And VRM
3 Distance To The Radar Horizon
4 What The Radar Sees
5 Using Radar For Navigation
6 Fixing By Radar Bearings
7 Fixing By Radar Ranges
8 Long Range Position Finding
9 Using Radar For Coastal Navigation
10 Blind Pilotage Or Parallel Indexing
Section Introduction
1 Using Radar To Obtain Early Warning Of Danger Of Collision
1.1 EBL and VRM
1.2 Echo Trails
1.3 Guard Zones
2 Reflective Plotter
3 Relative Motion
3.1 Relative Motion Summary
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