tilt error

tilt error

[′tilt ‚er·ər]
(navigation)
The error caused by the propagation of signals over the tilted ionosphere reflecting layer or, in systems requiring reception over two or more widely separated locations, by the different heights of the ionosphere reflecting layer for the various transmissions.
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