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    #1

    What does up-mast transceiver mean?

    I believe it is a scientific term within the field of radar.

    It is from here:
    a) confirm by observation and document inspection that if a down-mast transceiver is an option for the radar under test, the test is conducted using a down-mast transceiver, or otherwise the test shall be conducted with an up-mast unit. If the implementation of up-mast and down-mast systems is different, both types of systems shall be tested;
    can anyone tell me what this mean?


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    #2

    Re: What does up-mast transceiver mean?

    Does this help? Kongsberg radars

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    #3

    Re: What does up-mast transceiver mean?

    Thanks, but the webpage you provided simply can't be opened here.
    Can you copy something here? Thanks.


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    #4

    Re: What does up-mast transceiver mean?


    Masthead (up-mast) or bulkhead (down-mast)
    mounted transceiver

    6 feet or 8 feet scanners

    10kW or 25 kW transceivers

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