Definition of cardinal point effect

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cardinal point effect

'cardinal point effect' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) The increased intensity of a line or group of returns on the radarscope occurring when the radar beam is perpendicular to the rectangular surface of a line or group of similarly aligned features in the ground pattern'.

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