MWR-05XP Mobile Phased Array Weather Radar
Center for Interdisciplinary Remotely-Piloted Aircraft Studies (CIRPAS)
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The NPS/CIRPAS Weather Radar Project objective is to develop the technology for adding a parallel weather processor capability to tactical military radars and to develop an advanced scientific instrument for investigation of atmospheric phenomena and other various types of research. The payoff to the military will be the integration of current weather data into the tactical radar picture. The payoff to the science community will be the availability of an advanced instrument for investigation of atmospheric phenomena.
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