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In telecommunication, the term ringaround has the following meanings:

1. The improper routing of a call back through a switching center already engaged in attempting to complete the same call.

2. In secondary surveillance radar, the presence of false targets declared as a result of transponder interrogation by side lobes of the interrogating antenna.

Source: from Federal Standard 1037C

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