Definition of electrooptical in English:

electrooptical

adjective

See electrooptics

  • ‘They may be regarded as weapons which are air launched and guided to their target through the use of laser, electro-optical sensors, global positioning systems, or inertial navigation systems.’
  • ‘A 10 inch reflecting telescope provides common optics for infrared and electro-optical sensors.’
  • ‘Multispectral scanner systems are passive, electro-optical sensors that collect and digitally record reflected and emitted electromagnetic energy.’
  • ‘The assault variant also will feature a medium-range electro-optical / infrared sensor on a mast that can be raised three meters.’
  • ‘The towers and aerostats carry an electro-optical and infrared sensor that detects enemy forces and objects at day or night.’

Pronunciation

electrooptical

/-ˈäptikəl/