AWR Beam Shapes RNAV

Airborne weather radars have two basic modes when on:

  1. Scanning for weather (technically, larger water droplets/ice particles)
  2. Scanning the ground to identify prominent features

The former uses a pencil beam, the second a cosecant-squared beam.

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