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Since 1994, the International GNSS Service (IGS) has provided precise GPS orbit products to the scientific community with increased precision and timeliness. Many national geodetic agencies and GPS users interested in geodetic positioning have adopted the IGS precise orbits to achieve centimeter level accuracy and ensure long-term reference frame stability.(More)
The International GPS Service (IGS) has provided GPS orbit products to the scientific community with increased precision and timeliness. Many users interested in geodetic positioning have adopted the IGS precise orbits to achieve centimeter level accuracy and ensure long-term reference frame stability. Currently, a differential positioning approach that(More)
Location-based services are mobile network applications of growing importance and variability. The space of location technologies and applications has not yet been fully explored, perhaps omitting some important practical uses. In this work we present the prototype SS7Tracker platform, an active, non-intrusive, GSM Cell-ID-based solution to network-based(More)
Combinations of station coordinates and velocities from independent space-geodetic techniques have long been the standard method to realize robust global terrestrial reference frames (TRFs). In principle, the particular strengths of one observing method can compensate for weaknesses in others if the combination is properly constructed, suitable weights are(More)
The mobile communication industry has experienced huge growth in recent years, which amplified the competition among telecommunication companies. This inspired the search for new means of GSM network optimization that would bring better signal coverage and thus competitive advantage. One of the possibilities is active tracking of inroamer location in order(More)
The tools and infrastructure are now in place to realize a global, terrestrial, kinematic reference frame with few millimeter precision, which is both spatially dense, and can be reliably updated on a frequent basis (e.g., monthly). A procedure is outlined by which IERS can continuously realize the ITRF using methodology developed by the International GPS(More)
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