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Pseudorange Multipath Mitigation By Means of Multipath Monitoring and De-Weighting

@inproceedings{Bisnath2001PseudorangeMM,
  title={Pseudorange Multipath Mitigation By Means of Multipath Monitoring and De-Weighting},
  author={Sunil Bisnath and Richard B. Langley},
  year={2001}
}
The management of pseudorange multipath in GPS software processing ranges from total ignorance of the phenomenon to complex schemes for the estimation of the multipath signal. The former can cause significant parameter estimation degradation and the latter cannot necessarily provide accurate estimates. Therefore an alternative method is proposed here, which includes endeavouring to monitor the multipath signal and deweight the affected observations based on a sentinel observable. The objectives… 

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