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ground moving target indicator radar

Definition/Scope: The ground moving target indicator (GMTI) radar capability is the process of using Doppler radar to distinguish fixed objects versus moving vehicles. This capability of Doppler has enabled ?near-real time? intelligence and target acquisition to ground commanders. The intelligence gained from GMTI radar allows a commander to use a better assortment of troops and equipment thus allowing a faster and better decision making process.



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Narrower Terms:

Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Stand-Off Target Acquisition System
synthetic aperture radar
target acquisition

Related Terms:

doppler radar
Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System

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