Performance evaluation of different ionospheric models in single-frequency code-based differential GPS positioning

@article{Macalalad2016PerformanceEO,
  title={Performance evaluation of different ionospheric models in single-frequency code-based differential GPS positioning},
  author={Ernest Pagaran Macalalad and Lung-Chih Tsai and Joz Wu},
  journal={GPS Solutions},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={173-185}
}
Abstract Differential ionospheric slant delays are obtained from a quiet-time, three-dimensional ionospheric electron density model, called the TaiWan Ionosphere Model (TWIM), to be used in code-based differential GPS positioning. The code observations are acquired from nine continuously operating GPS stations around Taiwan whose baseline ranged from 19 to 340 km. Daily 24-hour epoch-per-epoch positioning obtained for 70 most geomagnetic quiet days (2008–2010) for each of the 72 baselines. The… CONTINUE READING

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