mechanical tilt

mechanical tilt

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′tilt]
(electronics)
Vertical tilt of the mechanical axis of a radar antenna.
The angle indicated by the tilt indicator dial.
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Also, the ConferenceCam Connect offers razor-sharp resolution and the ability to clearly see objects and everyone in the room via a 90-degree field of view with digital pan and tilt, mechanical tilt control, four times digital Full HD zoom, and ZEISS optics with autofocus.
List of Figures Figure 1: HetNet Network Topology 18 Figure 2: SON Use Cases 25 Figure 3: LTE SON Releases 43 Figure 4: Comparisons between Centralized, Distributed and Localized SON 46 Figure 5: SON Operational Use Cases 56 Figure 6:Self Organizing Networks (SON) Concept 60 Figure 7: Antenna Tilt 64 Figure 8: Electrical Tilt 67 Figure 9: Mechanical Tilt 69 Figure 10: Operational Efficiency for SON 84 Figure 11: Fundamental SON Capabilities 98 Figure 10: Strategic Requirements and Business Drivers for SON 99 Figure 11: Types of SON Architectures 99 Figure 14: Qualcomm UltraSON Solution 146 Figure 15: USA Frequency Allocation Chart 169 Figure 14: SON and CRN 171 Figure 17: Global SON and RAN Optimization Market 2014-2019 173 Figure 18: Global LTE RAN Equipment Spending 2014-2019 175
0 compliant, dual axis Mechanical Tilt Sensor (MTS).
The portfolio includes mechanical tilt, mechanical electrical tilt and remote electrical tilt antennas.
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