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 Title & Authors
Anomaly Detection Technique of Satellite on Network RTK
Shin, Mi Young; Cho, Deuk Jae; Yoo, Yun-Ja; Hong, Cheol-Ye; Park, Sang-Hyun;
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 Abstract
A positioning technique using the augmentation system has been researched to improve the accuracy. The network RTK is the precise positioning technique using carrier phase correction data from reference stations and is constantly being researched. The study for the system accuracy has been performed but system integrity research has not been done as much as system accuracy. In this paper, we presented the anomaly detection algorithm by satellite system and the diagnosis algorithm to a basic research in the integrity on network RTK. And the presented algorithms are verified on the DL-V3 dual-frequency receiver and the simulated error scenario using the GSS7700.
 Keywords
Network RTK;Integrity;Satellite Anomaly;Anomaly Detection;Anomaly Satellite Identification;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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Journal of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing, 2013. vol.2. 1, pp.33-40 crossref(new window)
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