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Linear Measurements—EDM Instruments

  • Porter W. McDonnell

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Zenith Angle Horizontal Distance Total Station Vertical Angle Microwave Beam 
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Notes

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    P. W. McDonnell, P.O.B. 1985 Total station survey, P.O.B. Magazine Vol. 10, No. 6 (August—September): p. 20.Google Scholar
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    P. W. McDonnell, P.O.B. 1984 EDM instruments survey, P.O.B. Magazine Vol. 9, No. 3 (February—March, 1984 ): p. 17.Google Scholar
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    L. A. Kivioja, and W. A. Oren, A new correction to EDM slope distances in applications of untilted corner reflectors, effects of misaligned reflectors and determination of reflector constants, Final Technical Report CE-G-81–1, School of Civil Engineering ( West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University, 1981 ).Google Scholar
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    A. F. Gort, The Hewlett-Packard 3820A electronic total station, Proceedings of the Fall Convention, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, 1977.Google Scholar
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    P. W. McDonnell, P.O.B. 1983 Total station survey, P.O.B. Magazine Vol. 8, No. 6 (August—September, 1983 ): p. 16.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1987

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