1969-02-01

The Future of Cockpit TV-Radar 690327

This paper reviews the effectiveness of TV-radar in providing pilots with navigational, weather, and traffic data; analyzes the results of a feasibility test conducted by the FAA; discusses safety factors and the need for improving the quality of radar picture transmissions. The future of televised radar depends in great part on low initial cost of equipment, improved ability to supply traffic information simultaneously to numerous aircraft, and greater emphasis on the potential of this important electronic aid in supplying pilots with valuable information.

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