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Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays

Dennis Odijk

Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays

by Dennis Odijk

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Published by NCG, Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie in Delft .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Global Positioning System.,
  • Ionospheric radio wave propagation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDennis Odijk.
    SeriesPublications on Geodesy,, 52, Publications on geodesy (Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie) ;, 52.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG109.5 .O34 2002
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 242 p. :
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3767586M
    ISBN 109061322782
    LC Control Number2003488772

    Precise Point Positioning (PPP) is a technique aimed at processing of measurements from a single (stand-alone) GPS receiver to compute high-accurate position. In this paper, the covariance matrix of the satellite ephemeris and its impact on the position estimates through the PPP are discussed. What is Precise Point Positioning (PPP)? PPP is a positioning technique that removes or models GNSS system errors to provide a high level of position accuracy from a single receiver. A PPP solution depends on GNSS satellite clock and orbit corrections, generated from a .

    The corrected data sets are then used as input to the Bernese GPS software to estimate the precise orbit, satellite clock corrections, and Global Ionospheric Maps (GIMs). It is shown that the effect of second-order IONO on GPS satellite orbit ranges from 15 to 247 mm in radial, 27 to 186 mm in along-track, and 32 to 159 mm in cross. Estimation of Ionospheric Delays in Dual Frequency GNSS Positioning. The correct estimation of ionospheric delays is very important in precise satellite-based kinematic positioning, especially over long baselines. In the case of triple frequency system, the ionospheric delays .

    Fast precise point positioning (Fast-PPP) is a satellite-based navigation technique using an accurate real-time ionospheric modeling to achieve high accuracy quickly. In this paper, an end-to-end performance assessment of Fast-PPP is presented in near-maximum Solar Cycle conditions; from the accuracy of the Central Processing Facility corrections, to the user positioning. Calibration of regional ionospheric delay with uncombined precise point positioning and accuracy assessment Li Wei1,2,∗, Cheng Pengfei2, Bei Jinzhong2, Wen Hanjiang2 and Wang Hua1,2 1School of Geodesy and Geomatics, Wuhan University, Wuhan , China. 2Chinese Academic of Surveying and Mapping, Beijing , China. ∗Corresponding author. e-mail: wewelee [email protected]


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Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays by Dennis Odijk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays Dennis Odijk Publications on Geodesy 52 ISBN 90 2 ISSN Published by: NCG, Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie, Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Delft.

Title: Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays: Author: Odijk, D. Thesis advisor: Teunissen, P.J.G. Date issued: AccessCited by: FAST PRECISE GPS POSITIONING IN THE PRESENCE OF IONOSPHERIC DELAYS Proefschrift ter verkrijging van de graad van doctor aan de Technische Universiteit Delft, op gezag van de Rector Magnificus J.T.

Fokkema, voorzitter van het College voor Promoties, in het openbaar te verdedigen op dinsdag 17 december om uur door Dennis ODIJK. from book China Satellite Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric ionospheric delays at all ambiguity-fixed epochs are estimated and then predicted precisely to.

Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays. By D. (author) For longer distances the necessary time span increases enormously since unknown parameters for among others the ionospheric errors need to be estimated in the processing.

In this thesis a procedure is outlined for the processing of relative GPS observations Author: D. (author) Odijk. Odijk D Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays PhD Dissertation Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Publications on Geodesy Odijk D and Teunissen P J G ADOP in closed form for a hierarchy of multi-frequency single-baseline GNSS models J.

Geod. 82 –   Odijk D () Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays, pp. PhD dissertation, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Delft University of Technology, Delft Google Scholar.

Odijk D () Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays Google Scholar Petovello MG () Estimation for navigation Google Scholar. Odijk, D.: Fast Precise GPS Positioning in the Presence of Ionospheric Delays. PhD thesis, Publications on Geod Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Delft, Netherlands ().

A Worldwide Ionospheric Model for Fast Precise Point Positioning Adrià Rovira-Garcia, José Miguel Juan, Jaume Sanz, and Guillermo González-Casado Abstract—Fast precise point positioning (Fast-PPP) is a satellite-based navigation technique using an accurate real-time ionospheric modeling to achieve high accuracy quickly.

In this. Abstract: Fast precise point positioning (Fast-PPP) is a satellite-based navigation technique using an accurate real-time ionospheric modeling to achieve high accuracy quickly.

In this paper, an end-to-end performance assessment of Fast-PPP is presented in near-maximum Solar Cycle conditions; from the accuracy of the Central Processing Facility corrections, to the user positioning. Odijk D Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays PhD Thesis Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Publications on Geodesy Google Scholar Odijk D and Teunissen P J G ADOP in closed form for a hierarchy of multi-frequency single-baseline GNSS models J.

Geod. 82 Abstract Precise GPS positioning requires the processing of carrier-phase observations and fixing integer ambigui-ties. With increasing distance between receivers, ambiguity fixing becomes more difficult because ionospheric and tropospheric effects do not cancel sufficiently in double differencing.

A popular procedure in static positioning. uncertainties in the transmitter clocks, ionospheric delays, and SV positions. To permit calibration of ionospheric delays, the GPS SVs transmit signals at two frequencies, L1 ( MHz) and L2 ( MHz).

However, the pseudorandom code needed to extract signal travel times, and thus SV ranges and navigation solutions, is. GNSS positioning performance has been shown to improve with the ingestion of data from Global Ionospheric Maps (GIMs) and tropospheric zenith path delays, which are produced by, e.g., the International GNSS Service (IGS).

For both dual- and triple-frequency Precise Point Positioning (PPP) processing, the significance of GIM and tropospheric products in processing is not obvious in the.

PhD research “Fast precise GPS positioning in the presence of ionospheric delays", on the interpolation and application of ionospheric delays estimated from a Title: Senior Geodesist at Fugro.

The stability of GPS time and frequency transfer is limited by the fact that GPS signals travel through the ionosphere. In high precision geodetic time transfer (i.e.

based on precise modeling of code and carrier phase GPS data), the so-called ionosphere-free combination of the code and carrier phase measurements made on the two frequencies is used to remove the first-order ionospheric effect.

try. To get a good positioning performance in the presence of ionospheric scintillation, Aquino et al. ()presented an improved stochastic model for GPS relative positioning.

Scintillation indices such as S4 and r u (Van Dierendonck ) recorded by specially designed GPS receivers were used to calculate the code and carrier phase tracking. [1] The Global Positioning System (GPS) transmits two frequencies, allowing users to correct for the first‐order ionospheric signal group delay (or phase advance) of 1–50 m.

The second‐order ionospheric term, caused by the Faraday rotation effect induced by the Earth magnetic field, is about times smaller and usually ignored. The Global Positioning System (GPS) was created by the United States Department of Defense (DOD) in the s.

It has come to be widely used for navigation both by the U.S. military and the general public. GPS receiver position is computed based on data received from the satellites.

Global Ionospheric Total Electron Content Mapping Using the Global Positioning System. PhD thesis, Dept. of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.

B., Canada, September Google Scholar.GPS signals travel through the ionosphere. In high precision geodetic time transfer (i.e. based on precise modeling of code and carrier phase GPS data), the so-called ionosphere-free combination of the code and carrier phase measurements made on the two frequencies is used to remove the first-order ionospheric effect.

In this paper.The paper investigates different solutions for ionospheric delay handling in high accuracy long baseline relative positioning by Carrier-Phase Differential GPS (CDGPS).

Standard literature approaches are reviewed and the relevant limitations are discussed. Hence, a completely ionosphere-free approach is proposed, in which the differential ionospheric delays are cancelled out by combination of.