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Radar Reflectivity The term 'Radar Reflectivity' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' The sum of all backscattering cross-sections (e.g., precipitation particles) in a pulse resolution volume divided by that volume. The radar reflectivity can be related to the radar reflectivity factor through the dielectric constant term |K|^2, and the radar wavelength'.
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