radar position indication

radar position indication; RPI
The visual indication, in non-symbolic and/or symbolic form, on a radar display of the position of an aircraft obtained by primary and/or secondary surveillance radar.
(PANS-ATM)
радиолокационное отображение местоположения воздушного судна; RPI
Отображение в несимволической и/или символической форме на индикаторе радиолокатора местоположения воздушного судна, полученного с помощью первичного и/или вторичного обзорного радиолокатора.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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