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Large vertical aperture antenna
Abbreviation LVA  +
Definition An SSR antenna comprising two-dimensional
An SSR antenna comprising two-dimensional array radiating elements. A typical LVA consists of a number of columns (each consisting of a vertical linear array designed to produce beam shaping in the vertical plane) arranged in a horizontal linear array to produce between 2° and 3° azimuth beamwidth. Typically, LVA antennas are a pre-requisite for monopulse SSR systems.
a pre-requisite for monopulse SSR systems.  +
Defsource ICAO (2004) DOC 9684 Manual of the Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) Systems 2004, 3rd ed., p. (xi) & p. (xix)  +
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