Reference station network based RTK systems-concepts and progress

@article{Rizos2003ReferenceSN,
  title={Reference station network based RTK systems-concepts and progress},
  author={Chris Rizos and Song Ho Han},
  journal={Wuhan University Journal of Natural Sciences},
  year={2003},
  volume={8},
  pages={566-574}
}
The limitation of single base “real-time kinematic” (RTK) techniques is the distance between base receiver and the rover receiver due to distance-dependent biases, namely orbit bias, ionosphere bias and troposphere bias. Techniques have been developed to overcome this distance dependence using a network of GPS reference stations spread over a wide geographic area. Because the measurement biases will be modelled and corrected for, the positioning accuracy will be almost independent of the inter… CONTINUE READING

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