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The type L12 (282) panel could output rate to the FC computer and had rate aided target follow-up; the operator matched his power follow up to the observed range rate and this was then transmitted continuously as long the target maintained course and speed. The AFCT/AFCC might not have been initially accept automatic range and rate transmission (although the GRUB and HACS/FKC could) but the L12 operator still benefited as it reduced his work load.
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