Weighting Ionospheric Corrections to Improve Fast GPS Positioning Over Medium Distances

  title={Weighting Ionospheric Corrections to Improve Fast GPS Positioning Over Medium Distances},
  author={Dennis Odijk},
The success of precise GPS positioning over long baselines depends on the ability of resolving the integer phase ambiguities when short observation time spans are required. The ionosphere is the major error source for these kind of positioning problems and due to the current maximum of solar activity the ionospheric delay errors in GPS signals can be much larger than in periods of minimum activity. When measurements are carried out in the vicinity of a permanent GPS network, then from the long… CONTINUE READING
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