Instant Active Positioning with One

@inproceedings{Levanon2000InstantAP,
  title={Instant Active Positioning with One},
  author={Nadav Levanon},
  year={2000}
}
Autonomous position determination in the Globalstar satellite communication system is discussed. ( ) The two-way communication between a user terminal on the earth’s surface and a single low earth orbit LEO satellite makes it possible to derive range and range-rate and determine the user terminal position instantly. Expected accuracy is presented, and a simple direct solution is given. INTRODUCTION Globalstar 1 is a satellite communication system designed to provide voice and low-rate data… CONTINUE READING

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