Impact and Implementation of Higher‐Order Ionospheric Effects on Precise GNSS Applications

@article{Hadas2017ImpactAI,
  title={Impact and Implementation of Higher‐Order Ionospheric Effects on Precise GNSS Applications},
  author={Tomasz Hadas and Anna Krypiak-Gregorczyk and Manuel Hern{\'a}ndez‐Pajares and Jan Kaplon and Jacek Paziewski and Paweł Wielgosz and Alberto Garc{\'i}a‐Rigo and Kamil Kaźmierski and Krzysztof Sośnica and Dawid Kwasniak and Jan Sierny and Jarosław Bosy and Mateusz Pucilowski and Robert Szyszko and K. Portasiak and Germ{\'a}n Olivares-Pulido and Tamara L. Gulyaeva and Raul Orus P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth},
  year={2017},
  volume={122},
  pages={9420 - 9436}
}
High precision Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) positioning and time transfer require correcting signal delays, in particular higher‐order ionospheric (I2+) terms. We present a consolidated model to correct second‐ and third‐order terms, geometric bending and differential STEC bending effects in GNSS data. The model has been implemented in an online service correcting observations from submitted RINEX files for I2+ effects. We performed GNSS data processing with and without including… 
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