angle diversity

angle diversity

[′aŋ·gəl də′vər·səd·ē]
(communications)
Diversity reception in which beyond-the-horizon tropospheric scatter signals are received at slightly different angles, equivalent to paths through different scatter volumes in the troposphere.
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The TFLA is a rapidly deployable angle diversity three meter troposcatter antenna that is a single antenna designed to support quad-diversity operation that enables the link to be setup in 30 minutes or less, a significant reduction from the traditional two antenna system.
Frequency diversity, space diversity and angle diversity are also available.