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A Real-time Cycle-slip Detection and Repair Method for Single Frequency GPS Receiver

  title={A Real-time Cycle-slip Detection and Repair Method for Single Frequency GPS Receiver},
  author={Zhoufeng Ren and Liyan Li and Jie Zhong and Minjian Zhao and Yingjie Shen}
Abstract—In GPS receivers, carrier phase measurement can be used to improve the receiver’s position accuracy. In order to maintain the accuracy, cycle-slip must be detected and repaired instantaneously and accurately. This paper first analyzes the implementation of Doppler-aided cycle-slip detection and repair method. Then introduce a simplified oscillator model. Based on the oscillator model, a modified method is proposed, which avoids the influence of the local oscillator bias. Data tests… Expand

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