The radome is one of the parts of aeroplanes that fulfils various functions at once, that is, it completes the aerodynamic shape of the fuselage and hold and protects the weather radar or AWR, amongst other functions.
Commercial aeroplanes fly at 12 km height and just as we saw in our article about the different layers of the atmosphere, at these heights, the majority of meteorological phenomena takes place.
It is primordial, therefore, that aeroplanes have a system to avoid bad weather, but how do radome and aircraft weather radar work? Remember all the details we give below!
- What is the radome of aeroplanes
- The onboard AWR or Airborne Weather Radar
- What is under a radome
- What an AWR or weather radar is for
- Precautions when using AWR under the radome
- Did you expect the radome to be so important?
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