Peter J. G. Teunissen

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In this contribution, we study the dependence of the bootstrapped success rate on the precision of the GNSS carrier phase ambiguities. Integer boot-strapping is, because of its ease of computation, a popular method for resolving the integer ambiguities. The method is however known to be suboptimal, because it only takes part of the information from the(More)
1 both graduated at the Faculty of Geodetic Engineering of the Delft University of Technology. They are currently engaged in the development of mathematical models for the GPS data processing in surveying and geodesy. ABSTRACT In the theory of integer least-squares ambiguity estimation and validation, a central role is played by the ambiguity search space.(More)
The Chinese BeiDou system (BDS), having different types of satellites, is an important addition to the ever growing system of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). It consists of Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites, Inclined Geosynchronous Satellite Orbit (IGSO) satellites and Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) satellites. This paper investigates the(More)
Integer ambiguity resolution is the process of estimating the unknown ambiguities of carrier-phase observables as integers. It applies to a wide range of interferometric applications of which Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) precise positioning is a prominent example. GNSS precise positioning can be accomplished anytime and anywhere on Earth,(More)
GNSS antennas, a number of nonlinear geometrical constraints can be exploited for the purpose of increasing the probability of correct integer ambiguity estimation. In this contribution, we make use of the Multivariate Constrained Least-squares AMBiguity Decorrelation Adjustment (MC-LAMBDA) method. By incorporating the known antenna geometry into its(More)