1. a housing for a radar antenna; transparent to radio waves
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How To Use radome In A Sentence

  • The nose radome is slightly flattened at the fore section and has a horizontal edge to optimise the aircraft's anti-spin characteristics.
  • The strakes provide an aerodynamic balance to offset the effect of the radome on the upper surface of the fuselage.
  • Grumman E2A Hawkeye was a strange-looking aircraft, with twin turboprop engines, four vertical stabilizers (three of which were actually necessary for controlled flight, the remaining surface being added for appearance's sake), and a large, 24-foot diameter radome which rotated at six revolutions per minute, on a pylon directly above the fuselage. Horchar, Andrew A. Jr.
  • With the aid of a pair of good quality binoculars it was quite possible to see the rotating radome on the top of the aircraft's fuselage.
  • Work was eventually undertaken which included the installation of survey and mapping gear and the addition of a large radome under the bomb bay with another radome under the port wing.
  • A crew of three was required and they were housed in a single cockpit while radar was mounted in a radome at the front of the fuselage.
  • The radar, installed in a radome on top of the main mast, carries out long-range air and surface surveillance and weapon control.
  • Seeing smoke billowing from the vicinity of the nose radome and sensor turrets, he quickly directed the crew chiefs to chock the aircraft.
  • During its service with the Navy, it was fitted with various radar radomes necessitating the larger fins.
  • It is the first time to successfully manufacture the A-Type sandwich radome with the low pressure co-cure.
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