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A Study on the Navigation Signal Characteristics of China Beidou Satellite Navigation System
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Navigation Signal Characteristics of China Beidou Satellite Navigation System
Ko, Kwang-Soob; Choi, Chang-Mook;
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 Abstract
The paper is focused on not only the system characteristics of BeiDou, China GNSS, but also the statistic analysis based on its real data received from the BeiDou's satellite navigation messages. The 6-7 satellites, which are more than minimum number of 4 satellites to obtain 3-D position, are available for receiving navigation signal in stable case. It was also verified that the available satellites are deviated to specific coordinate and their signals are still unstable. Only as long as the received signal with the high stability, the precision of the BeiDou navigation satellite navigation system was identified with 5m level in deviation. The Beidou system is expected to be rising as a darkhorse in the future of the global satellite navigation area.
 Keywords
BeiDou;GNSS;Navigation signal;Precision;Statistic analysis;
 Language
Korean
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