Impact of Different Tropospheric Models on GPS Baseline Accuracy : Case Study in Thailand


It is generally known that the atmospheric effects on the GPS signals are the most dominant spatially correlated biases. The atmosphere causing the delay in GPS signals consists of two main layers, ionosphere and troposphere. The ionospheric bias can be mitigated using dual frequency receivers. Unlike the ionospheric bias, the tropospheric bias cannot be… (More)

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