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RDR-4000 & RDR-7000 - Analysis Using Constant Altitude Slices

RDR-4000 & RDR-7000 - Analysis Using Constant Altitude Slices

Radar Corner

All radar systems provide weather detection modes, but the main objective is to avoid weather. The RDR-4000 and -7000 systems provide you with modes to analyze weather to make a deviation decision. In this month’s Radar Corner, we’ll look at weather analysis using constant altitude slices.

Use this link to view this month’s Quick Topic Video “Analysis Using Constant Altitude Slices”:

In case you missed it in the August 2020 issue, the following link explains the 3D Volumetric Buffer of the RDR-4000 and RDR-7000 systems.



Program Pilot Stephen Hammack supports Honeywell Apex and radar for Flight Technical Services. He can be reached via email at