The Air Pilot's Guide to Satellite Positioning Systems
Airlife, 1995 - Всего страниц: 198
The aim of this book is to describe how satnav systems are designed and work, especially from the aviation viewpoint, without getting too heavily involved in mathematics and electronic engineering. It does, however, assume some knowledge of elementary maths, physics and electronics, and a nodding acquaintance with navigational terminology. It is written for the satnav user who wishes to explore the subject more deeply than simply knowing which knob to twiddle, and also to provide technical background material for the increasing number of non-specialists having to deal with GNSS and its implementation.
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The Background to Radiopositioning Systems
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accurate aerial aircraft angle Argument of Perigee ascending node aviation basic C/A code calculated carrier wave centre Chapter civil users Clock Drift computation considerable correction coverage data link datum delay designed DGPS DGPS system differential Differential GPS Doppler-shift drift Earth effects elliptical ephemeris fix error four satellites GEO satellite geoid geometry GLONASS GNSS GPS and GLONASS GPS receiver GPS satellite GPSG Grid height Inmarsat integrity ionospheric lat/lon Launched lite measured metres monitor stations navaids Navigation Satellite navigation system Navstar number of satellites offset operating P-code PDOP Perigee phase position lines positioning systems precision problem pseudo-range radio frequency range receiver clock refraction Right Ascension satel satellite navigation satellite position satellite signal satellite systems satnav system semi-major axis spheroid spread-spectrum standard std usable switched techniques tion tracking transmission transmitters uplink upload vehicle WAAS wide-area world-wide