PLATE 2. Schematic diagram showing the concept of a single phased array antenna that scans mechanically in azimuth and electronically in elevation. In this example, two elevation groups allow coverage to 60 degrees using two rotations



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Weather Radar Technology: Beyond Nexrad PLATE 2. Schematic diagram showing the concept of a single phased array antenna that scans mechanically in azimuth and electronically in elevation. In this example, two elevation groups allow coverage to 60 degrees using two rotations

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Weather Radar Technology: Beyond Nexrad PLATE 1. Vertical section of reflectivity and the corresponding fuzzy logic based hydrometeor classification (adapted from Liu and Chandrasekar 2000).