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CODE’s new solar radiation pressure model for GNSS orbit determination
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The Empirical CODE Orbit Model (ECOM) of the Center for Orbit Determination in Europe (CODE), which was developed in the early 1990s, is widely used in the International GNSS Service (IGS) community. Expand
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CODE final product series for the IGS
CODE, the Center for Orbit Determination in Europe, is a joint venture of the following four institutions:Astronomical Institute, University of Bern (AIUB), Bern, Switzerland; Federal Office ofExpand
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CODE’s five-system orbit and clock solution—the challenges of multi-GNSS data analysis
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This article describes the processing strategy and the validation results of CODE’s MGEX (COM) orbit and satellite clock solution, including the satellite systems GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, and QZSS. Expand
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Time variable Earth’s gravity field from SLR satellites
The time variable Earth’s gravity field contains information about the mass transport within the system Earth, i.e., the relationship between mass variations in the atmosphere, oceans, landExpand
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Bernese GNSS Software
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The Bernese GNSS Software in source code executables (only for Windows), software related data files, installation instruction, and processing example. Expand
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Satellite laser ranging to GPS and GLONASS
Satellite laser ranging (SLR) to the satellites of the global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) provides substantial and valuable information about the accuracy and quality of GNSS orbits andExpand
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Sentinel-1A - First precise orbit determination results
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Sentinel-1A is the first satellite of the European Copernicus programme. Expand
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Impact of the arc length on GNSS analysis results
Homogeneously reprocessed combined GPS/GLONASS 1- and 3-day solutions from 1994 to 2013, generated by the Center for Orbit Determination in Europe (CODE) in the frame of the second reprocessingExpand
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Satellite laser ranging to low Earth orbiters: orbit and network validation
Satellite laser ranging (SLR) to low Earth orbiters (LEOs) provides optical distance measurements with mm-to-cm-level precision. SLR residuals, i.e., differences between measured and modeled ranges,Expand
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Reduced dynamic and kinematic precise orbit determination for the Swarm mission from 4 years of GPS tracking
Precise science orbits for the first 4 years of the Swarm mission have been generated from onboard GPS measurements in a systematic reprocessing using refined models and processing techniques. KeyExpand
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