radarscope

[rey-dahr-skohp]
noun
the viewing screen of radar equipment.

Origin:
1945–50; radar + -scope

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radarscope (ˈreɪdɑːˌskəʊp)
 
n
a cathode-ray oscilloscope on which radar signals can be viewed. In a plan position indicator, the target is represented by a blip on a radial line that rotates around a point, representing the antenna

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They are stationed in the back right corner of the ops floor at a console with several phones and a radarscope.
Operates radio and monitors radarscope to control aircraft operating in vicinity of airport.
Increased traffic loads decreased the number of fixations on the radarscope.
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