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 Title & Authors
GIS Based Advanced Positioning Technique for Mobile GPS
Jeong, Gil-Seop; Kong, Seung-Hyun;
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 Abstract
GIS(Geographic Information System) based Positioning technique uses geographic information to predict which satellites are visible or invisible. GPS positioning has poor positioning accuracy in dense urban area where tall buildings block the satellite signals. In this paper, we proposed GIS based Advanced Positioning technique of Mobile GPS to resolve this problem. Particularly, this technique improves positioning accuracy in dense urban area. It is consist of ephemeris and GIS server. We will inversely estimate pseudorange by using NMEA-0183 output data of mobile GPS. After that, we can find more accurate position by using ephemeris and GIS information.
 Keywords
Mobile GPS;GIS;Pseudorange Inverse Estimation;Virtual Satellite;NMEA;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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스마트마커 연동 원반골프 경로 추적 시스템,최창희;임재윤;최경화;

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