Improved Carrier Tracking by Smoothing Estimators

@article{PomalazaRaez1985ImprovedCT,
  title={Improved Carrier Tracking by Smoothing Estimators},
  author={C.a. Pomalaza-Raez and W L Hurd},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems},
  year={1985},
  volume={AES-21},
  pages={610-618}
}
Smoothing as a way to improve the carrier phase estimation is proposed and analyzed. The performance of first-and second-order Kalman optimum smoothers are investigated. This perfomance is evaluated in terms of steady-state covariance error computation, dynamic tracking, and noise response. It is shown that with practical amounts of memory, a second-order smoother can have a position error due to an acceleration or jerk step input less than any prescribed maximum. As an example of importance to… CONTINUE READING

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