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The Suggestion of Effective Measurement Techniques for Positioning Under Poor GPS Reference Network Condition
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 Title & Authors
The Suggestion of Effective Measurement Techniques for Positioning Under Poor GPS Reference Network Condition
Park, Joon-Kyu; Jung, Kap-Yong;
 
 Abstract
This research is suggesting the most effective positioning method for GPS based positioning when no GPS reference point is available in the neighborhood. For this purpose, we carried out positioning of the IGS realtime observatories in Australia in various conditions. According to the research, we were certainly assured the one reference point with a short baseline length is more effective for differential positioning than multiple reference points with a long baseline distance beyond 1,000km and suggested the precise point positioning based positioning method can be an excellent substitute when no reference point is available around an unknown point. The research result may be used as the basic data for accurate positioning in poor reference point environments, especially in Antarctica.
 Keywords
GPS;Precise positioning;Precise point positioning;Relative positioning;
 Language
English
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