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What is the appearance of a SART signal?

A SART has a receiver that can pick up X-band radar signals (9.2 – 9.5 GHz). The SART immediately broadcasts twelve pulses on the same frequency if it detects a signal. The radar interprets this signal as “echoes,” which are displayed on the screen as a series of twelve dots separated by 0.6 miles.

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