The Gnss Ambiguity Ratio-test Revisited : a Better Way of Using It

@inproceedings{Teunissen2009TheGA,
  title={The Gnss Ambiguity Ratio-test Revisited : a Better Way of Using It},
  author={Peter J. G. Teunissen and Sandra Verhagen},
  year={2009}
}
Integer carrier phase ambiguity resolution is the key to fast and high-precision global navigation satellite system (GNSS) positioning and application. Apart from integer estimation, also acceptance tests are part of the ambiguity resolution process. A popular acceptance test is the so-called ratio-test. In this contribution we study the properties and the underlying concepts of the ratio-test. We discuss some misconceptions of the ratio-test and in particular show that the ratio-test is not a… CONTINUE READING
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