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Radar Tracking Velocity - Impact

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Radar Tracking Velocity - Impact

Tracking Velocity DTM.PNGIf you start up a radar for a demonstration or process purposes and it seems to be changing level or updating slowly, consider adjusting is the "TRACKING VELOCITY."  You'll find photos attached to this message referring back to some of the various Master Instructions and the DTM.  Normally when we demonstrate a radar in a meeting, it may be passed around the room and "shot" at various objects for anticipated quick results...the radars can certainly do that, but the TRACKING VELOCITY may need to be turned up so it adjusts quicker.  Most (not all) process level applications are relatively slow-moving so out of the box, the TRACKING VELOCITY is set to a medium range.  Dual posted on SE Yammer Radar Yammer site.  

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