Experimental Analysis of GPS/Pseudolite/INS Integration for Aircraft Precision Approach and Landing

@inproceedings{Lee2008ExperimentalAO,
  title={Experimental Analysis of GPS/Pseudolite/INS Integration for Aircraft Precision Approach and Landing},
  author={Hung-Kyu Lee and Ben K. H. Soon and Joel Barnes and Jinling Wang and Chris Rizos},
  year={2008}
}
This paper analyses flight trial results to study the overall performance and limitations of a GPS/Pseudolite/INS integration approach for aircraft precision approach and landing applications. For this purpose, the series of approaches were flown at Wedderburn Airfield, Australia. The analysed results show that pseudolite signals strengthen the ranging signal availability and the satellite geometry. Most of the geometry enhancement is found in the vertical position component, improving the… CONTINUE READING

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