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Millstone Hill Radar

Radar System Parameters

Location Geodetic Latitude 42.61950°
  Longitude 288.50827°
  Geodetic Altitude 0.14600 km
  Invariant Latitude 53.40967°
     
Zenith Antenna Type Fully Steerable Parabola
  Diameter 68 meters
  One Way Gain 45.5 dB
  3dB Beam Width 0.6°
     
MISA Antenna Type Fully Steerable Parabola
  Diameter 46 meters
  One Way Gain 42.5 dB
  3dB Beam Width 1.2°
  Max Azimuth Rate 1.2°/sec
  Max Elevation Rate 0.6°/sec
     
Transmitter Transmitter Frequency 440.0 - 440.4 MHz
  Peak Transmit Power 2.5 MW
  Average Transmit Power 150 KW
  Duty Cycle 6%
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