Frank Kleijer

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The Global Positioning System (GPS), originally designed for navigation purposes, has shown its capabilities for use in atmospheric studies for over a decade now (e.g., Bevis et al. 1992). Atmospheric delays of the GPS signals, caused by the atmospheric refractivity along the ray path to a ground-based receiver, are used as tracers of atmospheric densities.(More)
Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands is one of the main airports of Europe. To improve the airport’s procedures reliable and accurate positioning information is required. This paper investigates whether GPS (or in general) GNSS can provide such positioning information. Schiphol Airport is a challenging environment for satellite-based positioning, because the(More)
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