Термины на английском языке, которые рекомендуется использовать в САРП, в соответствии с рекомендациями ИМО. часть 3

Definitions of terms to be used in connection with ARPA performance IMO standards

Each reference
means a facility for indicating that a particular fixed navigational mark, which is being tracked, is to be used as a ground stabilised reference.

*For the purpose of these definitions there is need to distinguish between sea and ground stabilisation.

Trail Manoeuvre
means a facility to assist the observer in making the correct manoeuvre for navigation and collision avoidance purposes.
Suppressed Area
means an area set up by the observer within which targets are not acquired.
ERBL
means the electronic range and bearing line used to measure bearings and/or ranges.
CPA/TCPA stands for closets point of approach (CPA) and time to closest point of approach (TCPA) limits from own ship as defined by the observer, to give warning of when a tracked target or targets will close to within these limits.
Bow passing Prediction
is the situation association with a target, which is crossing or predicted to cross ahead of own ship.
Bad echo
is the name associated with a tracked target which appears to have temporarily lost or which has a poorly defined radar aspect, so that it does not have tracking ability.
Lost Target
is the name associated with a target that is no longer being tracked due to having bee lost or obscured.
Sea Stabilisation
is a mode of display where by own ship and all targets are referenced to the sea, using gyro heading and single axis low water speed inputs.
   

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