The increased gross weight configuration includes Helicopter Terrain Awareness Warning System (HTAWS), a radar altimeter, cockpit voice/flight data recorder and forward flashing lights.
What does ALT stand for?
ALT stands for Radar Altimeter (SEASAT, GEOS-3)
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We have 188 other meanings of ALT in our Acronym Attic
- Association for Learning Technology
- Association for Linguistic Typology
- Association for Local Telecommunications
- Associazione Italiana per la Lotta Alla Trombosi
- Associazione per la Lotta Alla Trombosi e Alle Malattie Cardiovascolari (Italian: Association to Combat Thrombosis and Cardiovascular Disease; est. 1986)
- Asynchronous Line Test
- ATM Link Termination
- Automatic Line Testing (Nortel)
- Automatic Line Thresholded
- Automatic Link Transfer
- Alternate Armed Services Blood Program Office
- Alternate Armed Services Medical Regulating Office
- Alternative Graphic
- Altitude Hold Mode
- Alert Manager
- Alternate Tactical Air Direction Center (USMC)
- Association for Learning Technology Journal
- Laser Altimeter
- Alternating Occulting (boating)
- A Long Time Ago (Star Wars)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It is precisely this lack of snow and unusual icy surface that makes the region very useful for determining the accuracy of CryoSat's radar altimeter.
All three carry radar altimeters, which measure sea level changes to an accuracy of a few centimeters.
It carried a mass spectrometer along with a video camera and radar altimeter.
Per our wing's course-rules directives, the student and I set our radar altimeter decisionheightselect "bugs" to 300 feet.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Avionics systems supplier FreeFlight Systems said today that its newest radar altimeter display, the RAD-40, has been granted TSO certification in the US.
Scientific study The box-shaped lunar probe carried a video imaging system, a radar altimeter and a mass spectrometer.
In late 1996, radar altimeters on a European Space Agency satellite began to measure a drop in elevation across a 60O-square-kilometer area of eastern Antarctica.