Accurate Positioning in a Flight Inspection System Using Differential Global Navigation Satellite Systems

@inproceedings{Feit1997AccuratePI,
  title={Accurate Positioning in a Flight Inspection System Using Differential Global Navigation Satellite Systems},
  author={Cecelia Feit},
  year={1997}
}
The purpose of a flight inspection system is to calibrate and evaluate the performance of aircraft navigation and landing aids to ensure conformance to specifications. This mission requires that the flight inspection platform have a reference position estimate significantly more accurate than that of the facility under inspection, i.e., tenths of meter accuracy over a region of many kilometers, in a dynamic environment. Differential Global Navigation Satellite Systems (DGNSS) have the accuracy… CONTINUE READING
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