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Design of Monitoring System for Network RTK
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Design of Monitoring System for Network RTK
Shin, Mi-Young; Han, Young-Hoon; Ko, Jae-Young; Cho, Deuk-Jae;
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Network RTK is a precise positioning technique using carrier phase correction data from reference stations within the network, and is constantly being researched for improved performance. However, the study for the system accuracy has been performed but system integrity research has not been done as much as system accuracy, because network RTK has been mainly used on surveying for static or kinematic positioning. In this paper, adequate monitoring system for network RTK is designed as basis research for integrity monitoring on network RTK. To this, fault tree on network RTK is analyzed, and a countermeasure is prepared to detect and identify the each fault items. Based these algorithms, monitoring system to use on central processing facility is designed for network RTK service.
Network RTK;Integrity;Anomaly Detection;Anomaly Identification;Monitoring System;
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