Accuracy of Gps-derived Relative Positions as a Function of Interstation Distance and Observing-session Duration

@inproceedings{Eckl2001AccuracyOG,
  title={Accuracy of Gps-derived Relative Positions as a Function of Interstation Distance and Observing-session Duration},
  author={M. C. Eckl and Richard A. Snay and Tom{\'a}s Soler and Michael Cline and Gerald Mader},
  year={2001}
}
Ten days of GPS data from 1998 were processed to determine how the accuracy of a derived three-dimensional relative position vector between GPS antennas depends on the chord distance (denoted L) between these antennas and on the duration of the GPS observing session (denoted T). It was found that the dependence of accuracy on L is negligibly small when (a) using thè®nal' GPS satellite orbits disseminated by the International GPS Service, (b) ®xing integer ambiguities, (c) estimating appropriate… CONTINUE READING
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