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Antenna Attitude Sensor Lite (AASL)

The Antenna Attitude Sensor Lite is a permanently mounted or fully integrated monitoring sensor that ensures your specified alignment does not change over time--it constantly monitors your antenna's tilt and roll in realtime. For multi-component installations, a daisy-chained cluster of up to 256 AntennAware sensors takes measurements on a daily basis. And it works Now with current AISG protocol.

Imagine having accurate antenna position data for your RF propagation tools like Planet or Asset updated instantly with exact downtilt and roll of each sector antenna. Propagation data would be more meaningful as far as coverage and interference mitigation. Also AFP and ACP tools would be able to provide more credible output for your network optimization. Improve KPIs, improve CINR (RSRQ) for 4G LTE, and control HARQ retransmissions, improve coverage (RSRP), and eliminate the need to review/audit antenna positions as being possible cause of poor performance in an area chosen for optimization investigation. Or now you can be confident with the antenna position change recommendations from your optimization analysis.

By using the AISG communications protocol, the AASL can report current alignment to compliant RET controllers. Using the AASL in conjunction with Remote Electrical Tilt antennas enables climb-less troubleshooting and optimization of a site’s RF propagation.

Summary :
Uses specific latitude and longitude and sun position for measuring azimuth to +/-1° accuracy
Uses high-sensitivity accelerometers in the pitch and roll planes to measure down-tilt and antenna “plumb” to +/-.25° accuracy
AISG protocol enables connectivity to compliant RET Controllers
Weatherproof packaging
Optional bird protection Compact form factor
Simple and Economical 

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