Utilizing GPS To Determine Ionospheric Delay Over the Ocean

@inproceedings{Stephen1996UtilizingGT,
  title={Utilizing GPS To Determine Ionospheric Delay Over the Ocean},
  author={J Katzberg Stephen and Jr James L. Garrison},
  year={1996}
}
Several spaceborne altimeters have been built and flown, and others are being developed to provide measurements of ocean and ice sheet topography. Until the launch of TOPEX, altimeters were single frequency systems incapable of removing the effects of ionospheric delay on the radar pulse. With the current state of the art in satellite altimetry, the ionosphere causes the largest single error when using single frequency altimeters. Ionospheric models provide the only recourse short of adding a… CONTINUE READING

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