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 Title & Authors
Regional Alternative Navigation Using HALE UAV, Pseudolite & Transceiver
Choi, Min-woo; Yu, Sun-Kyoung; Kim, O-Jong; Kee, Chang-Don; Park, Byung-Woon; Seo, Seung-Woo; Park, Jun-Pyo;
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 Abstract
Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) is operating widely in civil and military area. GNSS signals, however, can be easily interfered because its signal is vulnerable to jamming. Thus, a sort of backup or alternative system is needed in order that the navigation performance is assured to a certain degree in case of GNSS jamming. In order to suggest a series of backup or alternative system of regional navigation, in this paper, we introduced a high altitude long endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (HALE UAV) with pseudolites using inverted GPS and transceiver system. We simulated the positioning error of the regional navigation system using HALE UAV with inverted GPS or transceivers concepts. We estimated the position error of HALE UAV calculate user position errors based on the position error of HALE UAV and general pseudorange error.
 Keywords
Regional alternative navigation;Pseudolite;Inverted GPS;Transceiver;HALE UAV;
 Language
Korean
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