## Applied Geodesy: Global Positioning System : Networks, Particle Accelerators, Mathematical Geodesy |

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It can be shown that k = (Te”/T*) – l; 3) the angle E, external constant of the gyro,

is obtained by outdoor

system. A special

It can be shown that k = (Te”/T*) – l; 3) the angle E, external constant of the gyro,

is obtained by outdoor

**calibrations**with respect to the local bearings in the CERNsystem. A special

**calibration**hut has been made over a pillar of the geodetic ...Page 202

The instrument is also equipped with a built-in data memory with a storage

capacity of 1000 full measurements. 4.3.3

Several tests have been made at the CERN

...

The instrument is also equipped with a built-in data memory with a storage

capacity of 1000 full measurements. 4.3.3

**Calibration**of the distancemeterSeveral tests have been made at the CERN

**calibration**base in order to verify the...

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Absolute lengths can be obtained, provided that the complete system (remote

attachment head – invar geodetic wire – measuring instrument) is

primary base line. 2.1.2 Laser interferometer with self-aligning reflector (Figs.

Absolute lengths can be obtained, provided that the complete system (remote

attachment head – invar geodetic wire – measuring instrument) is

**calibrated**on aprimary base line. 2.1.2 Laser interferometer with self-aligning reflector (Figs.

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