Geodetic accuracy of the Macrometer model V-1000

@article{Bock1984GeodeticAO,
  title={Geodetic accuracy of the Macrometer model V-1000},
  author={Yehuda Bock and Richard I. Abbot and Charles C. Counselman and Sergei A. Gourevitch and R. King and Albert R. Paradis},
  journal={Bulletin g{\'e}od{\'e}sique},
  year={1984},
  volume={58},
  pages={211-221}
}
The Macrometer Model V-1000 is a geodetic positioning instrument that uses the radio signals broadcast by the GPS satellites. The Macrometer is the only GPS user equipment commercially available that does not require any of the GPS codes. The Model V-1000 receives only the 19-cm wavelength signals from GPS although similar instruments, built for the U.S. Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, receive both the 19-and the 24-cm wavelengths. In this paper we summarize the results of two years of field… 
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