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AGL vs MSL in Antenna Alignment

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We frequently receive questions regarding the use of GPS-estimated height to determine an antenna’s height above ground as a required part of antenna alignment. It is Sunsight’s position that GPS height should not be used in determining proper antenna height due to poor tolerance in GPS height measurements. The AAT’s LASER Rangefinder system is far […]

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Why Sunsight products have no calibration requirement

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You ask-We answer: Why doesn’t Sunsight require annual GPS Calibration of alignment tools? Sunsight does not offer or require, annual calibration of its alignment products because there is no such thing as GPS calibration. We have heard of other companies requiring this “service” for their alignment tools  on an annual or bi-annual basis and providing […]

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ECSite and Sunsight announce strategic partnership

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ECSite and Sunsight partner to make antenna alignment even easier! Santa Clara, CA – ECSite has integrated the use of Sunsight antenna alignment tools into their automated testing solution. With carriers increasingly mandating the use of antenna alignment tools (AAT) on almost all projects (macros, small cells, and even routine tower maintenance), Sunsight and ECSite […]

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Sunsight Launches Virtual Reality Inteference Reporting for AAT Family of Products

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March 1 2019 – Visit www.sunsight.com for more details Sunsight launches Patent Pending Virtual Reality Interference Reporting (VRIR) upgrade for AAT Antenna Alignment products to be included in their upcoming firmware release. With the introduction of the VRIR upgrade for the AntennAlign Alignment Tool (AAT), Sunsight integrates alignment records with Google Earth to allow the following […]

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FCC Location Ruling the first step in journey to improve emergency response time

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This article was originally posted in the Urgent Communications IWCE News Letter. By John Vetter, VP of Business Development The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) should be commended for its recent unanimous ruling in favor of increased horizontal-axis location accuracy requirements for Wireless Enhanced 911 (E911) systems, and for providing guidance on a path to develop […]