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Introduction to GPS : the Global Positioning System / Ahmed El-Rabbany.

By: El-Rabbany, Ahmed
Material type: TextTextSeries: Artech House mobile communications seriesPublisher: Boston, MA : Artech House, c2002Edition: 1st edDescription: xv, 176 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cmISBN: 1580531830 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Global Positioning SystemDDC classification: 910.285 LOC classification: G109.5 | .E6 2002Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1 Introduction to GPS -- 1.1 Overview of GPS -- 1.2 GPS segments -- 1.3 GPS satellite generations -- 1.4 Current GPS satellite constellation -- 1.5 Control sites -- 1.6 GPS: The basic idea -- 1.7 GPS positioning service -- 1.8 Why use GPS? -- References -- 2 GPS Details -- 2.1 GPS signal structure -- 2.2 GPS modernization -- 2.3 Types of GPS receivers -- 2.4 Time systems -- 2.5 Pseudorange measurements -- 2.6 Carrier-phase measurements -- 2.7 Cycle slips -- 2.8 Linear combinations of GPS observables -- References -- 3 GPS Errors and Biases -- 3.1 GPS ephemeris errors -- 3.2 Selective availability -- 3.3 Satellite and receiver clock errors -- 3.4 Multipath error -- 3.5 Antenna-phase-center variation -- 3.6 Receiver measurement noise -- 3.7 Ionospheric delay -- 3.8 Tropospheric delay -- 3.9 Satellite geometry measures -- 3.10 GPS mission planning -- 3.11 User equivalent range error -- References -- 4 Datums, Coordinate Systems, and Map Projections -- 4.1 What is a datum? -- 4.2 Geodetic coordinate system -- 4.2.1 Conventional Terrestrial Reference System -- 4.2.2 The WGS 84 and NAD 83 systems -- 4.3 What coordinates are obtained with GPS? -- 4.4 Datum transformations -- 4.5 Map projections -- 4.5.1 Transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.2 Universal transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.3 Modified transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.4 Lambert conical projection -- 4.5.5 Stereographic double projection -- 4.6 Marine nautical charts -- 4.7 Local arbitrary mapping systems -- 4.8 Height systems -- References -- 5 GPS Positioning Modes -- 5.1 GPS point positioning -- 5.2 GPS relative positioning -- 5.3 Static GPS surveying -- 5.4 Fast (rapid) static -- 5.5 Stop-and-go GPS surveying -- 5.6 RTK GPS -- 5.7 Real-time differential GPS -- 5.8 Real time versus postprocessing -- 5.9 Communication (radio) link -- References -- 6 Ambiguity-Resolution Techniques -- 6.1 Antenna swap method -- 6.2 On-the-fly ambiguity resolution -- References -- 7 GPS Data and Correction Services -- 7.1 Data service -- 7.2 DGPS radio beacon systems -- 7.3 Wide-area DGPS systems -- 7.4 Multisite RTK system -- References -- 8 GPS Standard Formats -- 8.1 RINEX format -- 8.2 NGS-SP3 format -- 8.3 RTCM SC-104 standards for DGPS services -- 8.4 NMEA 0183 format -- References -- 9 GPS Integration -- 9.1 GPS/GIS integration -- 9.2 GPS/LRF integration -- 9.3 GPS/dead reckoning integration -- 9.4 GPS/INS integration -- 9.5 GPS/pseudolite integration -- 9.6 GPS/cellular integration -- References -- 10 GPS Applications -- 10.1 GPS for the utilities industry -- 10.2 GPS for forestry and natural resources -- 10.3 GPS for precision farming -- 10.4 GPS for civil engineering applications -- 10.5 GPS for monitoring structural deformations -- 10.6 GPS for open-pit mining. -- 10.7 GPS for land seismic surveying -- 10.8 GPS for marine seismic surveying -- 10.9 GPS for airborne mapping -- 10.10 GPS for seafloor mapping. -- 10.11 GPS for vehicle navigation -- 10.12 GPS for transit systems -- 10.13 GPS for the retail industry -- 10.14 GPS for cadastral surveying -- 10.15 GPS stakeout (waypoint navigation) -- References -- 11 Other Satellite Navigation Systems -- 11.1 GLONASS satellite system -- 11.2 Chinese regional satellite navigation system (Beidou system) -- 11.3 Regional augmentations -- 11.4 Future European global satellite navigation system -- (Galileo system) -- References.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1 Introduction to GPS -- 1.1 Overview of GPS -- 1.2 GPS segments -- 1.3 GPS satellite generations -- 1.4 Current GPS satellite constellation -- 1.5 Control sites -- 1.6 GPS: The basic idea -- 1.7 GPS positioning service -- 1.8 Why use GPS? -- References -- 2 GPS Details -- 2.1 GPS signal structure -- 2.2 GPS modernization -- 2.3 Types of GPS receivers -- 2.4 Time systems -- 2.5 Pseudorange measurements -- 2.6 Carrier-phase measurements -- 2.7 Cycle slips -- 2.8 Linear combinations of GPS observables -- References -- 3 GPS Errors and Biases -- 3.1 GPS ephemeris errors -- 3.2 Selective availability -- 3.3 Satellite and receiver clock errors -- 3.4 Multipath error -- 3.5 Antenna-phase-center variation -- 3.6 Receiver measurement noise -- 3.7 Ionospheric delay -- 3.8 Tropospheric delay -- 3.9 Satellite geometry measures -- 3.10 GPS mission planning -- 3.11 User equivalent range error -- References -- 4 Datums, Coordinate Systems, and Map Projections -- 4.1 What is a datum? -- 4.2 Geodetic coordinate system -- 4.2.1 Conventional Terrestrial Reference System -- 4.2.2 The WGS 84 and NAD 83 systems -- 4.3 What coordinates are obtained with GPS? -- 4.4 Datum transformations -- 4.5 Map projections -- 4.5.1 Transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.2 Universal transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.3 Modified transverse Mercator projection -- 4.5.4 Lambert conical projection -- 4.5.5 Stereographic double projection -- 4.6 Marine nautical charts -- 4.7 Local arbitrary mapping systems -- 4.8 Height systems -- References -- 5 GPS Positioning Modes -- 5.1 GPS point positioning -- 5.2 GPS relative positioning -- 5.3 Static GPS surveying -- 5.4 Fast (rapid) static -- 5.5 Stop-and-go GPS surveying -- 5.6 RTK GPS -- 5.7 Real-time differential GPS -- 5.8 Real time versus postprocessing -- 5.9 Communication (radio) link -- References -- 6 Ambiguity-Resolution Techniques -- 6.1 Antenna swap method -- 6.2 On-the-fly ambiguity resolution -- References -- 7 GPS Data and Correction Services -- 7.1 Data service -- 7.2 DGPS radio beacon systems -- 7.3 Wide-area DGPS systems -- 7.4 Multisite RTK system -- References -- 8 GPS Standard Formats -- 8.1 RINEX format -- 8.2 NGS-SP3 format -- 8.3 RTCM SC-104 standards for DGPS services -- 8.4 NMEA 0183 format -- References -- 9 GPS Integration -- 9.1 GPS/GIS integration -- 9.2 GPS/LRF integration -- 9.3 GPS/dead reckoning integration -- 9.4 GPS/INS integration -- 9.5 GPS/pseudolite integration -- 9.6 GPS/cellular integration -- References -- 10 GPS Applications -- 10.1 GPS for the utilities industry -- 10.2 GPS for forestry and natural resources -- 10.3 GPS for precision farming -- 10.4 GPS for civil engineering applications -- 10.5 GPS for monitoring structural deformations -- 10.6 GPS for open-pit mining. -- 10.7 GPS for land seismic surveying -- 10.8 GPS for marine seismic surveying -- 10.9 GPS for airborne mapping -- 10.10 GPS for seafloor mapping. -- 10.11 GPS for vehicle navigation -- 10.12 GPS for transit systems -- 10.13 GPS for the retail industry -- 10.14 GPS for cadastral surveying -- 10.15 GPS stakeout (waypoint navigation) -- References -- 11 Other Satellite Navigation Systems -- 11.1 GLONASS satellite system -- 11.2 Chinese regional satellite navigation system (Beidou system) -- 11.3 Regional augmentations -- 11.4 Future European global satellite navigation system -- (Galileo system) -- References.

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