from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A domelike shell transparent to radio-frequency radiation, used to house a radar antenna.
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- n. A radar dome.
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- n. a housing for a radar antenna; transparent to radio waves
Finally, Olympic-goers will be able to control the intensity of lights that travel up and down Toronto's CN Tower as well as the speed of the "radome" that spins under the observation deck.
Damage to the radome is estimated at more than $1 million.
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Dodging the lasers, diving out of the way of missles, then quickly bringing up the Stinger to fire off a missle at the radome before running away was exciting.
The radome and other wing to body fairings and access panels, doors AC bay are composite.
One launcher radome was peppered with shrapnel from a 500 lb bomb but continued to function without loss of performance.
By far its most distinctive feature was the saucer-shaped radome, twenty-four feet in diameter, circling at a leisurely six revolutions per minute on its mounting above the aircraft's fuselage.
Rounded nose, stepped-up cockpit, and radome on the belly.
Long, round tapering to the rear with a radome on the chin.
Large radome on top of the body between the wings and tail section.
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