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The International GPS Service (IGS): An interdisciplinary service in support of Earth sciences
Extended orbit modeling techniques at the CODE processing center of the international GPS service for geodynamics (IGS): theory and initial results.
Integrated scientific and societal user requirements and functional specifications for the GGOS
In this chapter, the requirements of the diverse set of scientific and societal users concerning the terrestrial and celestial reference frames, the associated Earth rotation parameters, and the complementary gravity measurements are first summarized.
GNSS processing at CODE: status report
Since May 2003, the Center for Orbit Determination in Europe (CODE), one of the analysis centers of the International GNSS Service, has generated GPS and GLONASS products in a rigorous combined…
Reservoir characterization of a CO2 storage aquifer: The Upper Triassic Stuttgart Formation in the Northeast German Basin
Rapid static positioning based on the fast ambiguity resolution approach
A display device and a carrier therefor adapted to receive and retain a ring thereon for display purposes wherein the ring is received by a resilient tab formed on the display device and held against…
CODE’s five-system orbit and clock solution—the challenges of multi-GNSS data analysis
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, and points out further challenges and open issues affecting multi-GNSS data processing that deserves dedicated studies.