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Spectrum Width Cross Section The term 'Spectrum Width Cross Section' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' This WSR-88D radar product displays a vertical cross section of spectrum width on a grid with heights up to 70,000 feet on the vertical axis and distance up to 124 nm on the horizontal axis. Two end points to create cross section are radar operator selected along a radial or from one AZRAN to another AZRAN within 124 nm of the radar that are less than 124 nm apart. It is used to: 1) Verify features on the Reflectivity Cross Section (RCS) and Velocity Cross Section (VCS) and to evaluate the quality of the velocity data 2) Estimate vertical extent of turbulence (aviation use)'.
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