Electronic measurement is a modern method of precise and rapid determination of slope (line-of-sight) distances. Some electronic distance-measuring instruments (EDMIs) are designed to reduce the slope distances to horizontal distances.
KeywordsZenith Angle Horizontal Distance Total Station Vertical Angle Microwave Beam
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