The averaged integrated parameter
representing the mean value of ratio of total water vapors on wet delay at the chosen distance of latitude is suggested.The function of interrelation of such
parameters as height of location site and latitude is suggested. It is shown, that the optimal
function does exist which bring the averaged integrated parameter to its
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