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A GUIDE TO USING INTERNATIONAL GNSS SERVICE (IGS) PRODUCTS

@inproceedings{Kouba2003AGT,
  title={A GUIDE TO USING INTERNATIONAL GNSS SERVICE (IGS) PRODUCTS},
  author={Jan Kouba},
  year={2003}
}
Since 1994, the International GNSS Service (IGS) ha s provided precise GPS orbit products to the scient ific 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 acc uracy and ensure long-term reference frame stability. Rel ative positioning approaches that require the combination of observations from a minimum of two GPS receivers, with at least one… 
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