posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 02:09 AM
OP, it wouldn't look like that anyway.
Consider. A NEXRAD dish spins fairly slowly - the range is very long, there's a lot of data to munch, the dish is heavy, most NEXRADs have a sweep
speed of 10 to 90 seconds depending on generation.
So, it's moving relatively slowly. A "pulse" won't show unless the antenna's main lobe or a side lobe is pointing toward the pulse source. If it's
turned away, nada. A pulse will be very fast. So if you saw anything at all from a "pulse" you would see a spike, a white radial line. Not a circle,
or a square. Also, the spikes from the distributed radars would all point somewhat toward the source, directly at it for a main lobe hit, but if it
comes in on a sidelobe it could be a number of degrees off.
Seriously, this sincedutch dunce you're probably getting this from doesn't have the faintest clue about radar.
edit on 18-4-2013 by Bedlam
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