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Describes static, kinematic and dynamic GPS theory, algorithms and applications. Covers topics such as physical influences, observation equations, adjustment and filtering, ambiguity resolution, data processing, kinematic positioning, and the determination of perturbed orbits.
Introduction * Coordinate and Time Systems * Satellite Orbits * GPS Observables * Physical Influences of GPS Surveying * GPS Observation Equations * Adjustment and Filtering Methods * Cycle Slips Detection and Ambiguity Resolution * Kinematic and Static GPS Data Processing * Concept of Precise Kinematic Positioning and Flight-State Monitoring * Perturbed Orbit and its Determination * Discussions * Appendix 1: IAU 1980 Theory of Nutation * Appendix 2: Numerical Examples of the Diagonalisation of the Equations * References * Subject Index.