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Range Gate The term 'Range Gate' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' The discrete point in range along a single radial of radar data at which the received signal is sampled. Range gates are typically spaced at 100-1000 meter intervals. A 'radial' of radar data is composed of successive range gates, out to the maximum unambiguous range'.
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