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Compensation Method of Tropospheric Delay Model Error for Ground Navigation using Meteorological Data in Korea
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 Title & Authors
Compensation Method of Tropospheric Delay Model Error for Ground Navigation using Meteorological Data in Korea
So, Hyoungmin; Lee, Kihoon; Park, Junpyo;
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 Abstract
Tropospheric delay is one of the largest error source in pseudolite navigation system. Because a pseudolite is installed on the ground and transmits its signal to a user in the air or on the ground, the conventional tropospheric delay model developed for a satellite navigation doesn`t work properly. In this paper, performance analysis of several pseudolite tropospheric delay models has been done using meteorological data. Based on the result, a new compensation method for Hopfield model has been proposed.
 Keywords
GNSS;Pseudolite;Tropospheric Delay;Hopfield Model;Meteorologial Data;
 Language
Korean
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