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Integrating onboard weather radar data with satellite-fed Doppler radar



 
 
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Old January 8th 05, 12:57 AM
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Default Integrating onboard weather radar data with satellite-fed Doppler radar

A friend brought up an interesting question. If a plane is big enough
to support onboard weather radar, and also has the XM satellite weather
link from ground Doppler radar, is it possible to integrate the two
sources into a single display?

Related question: If you could choose only onboard radar or XM weather
link, which would you prefer?

BF

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Old January 8th 05, 06:48 AM
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IMO, the choice between radar and nexrad info comes down to whether or not
you have the choice to make the flight or postpone until you have better
weather.

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A friend brought up an interesting question. If a plane is big enough
to support onboard weather radar, and also has the XM satellite weather
link from ground Doppler radar, is it possible to integrate the two
sources into a single display?

Related question: If you could choose only onboard radar or XM weather
link, which would you prefer?

BF




 




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