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Analysis and signal stability measurement for DGPS radio wave propagation
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 Title & Authors
Analysis and signal stability measurement for DGPS radio wave propagation
Kim, Young-wan;
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 Abstract
The stability of DGPS signal in the DGPS service area was measured and the service availability according to the receiving signal strength was analyzed in this paper. Based on the effects of radio wave propagation in the seasons of winter and summer, daytime and night, the method to provide the DGPS service coverage was presented in this paper. The signal's strength of DGPS radio wave were measured at a constant distance from the DGPS reference station during a constant period. The propagation of DGPS radio wave is affected by status of ground conductivity, so the DGPS service area is dependant on the ground conductivity. To provide the stable service coverage, it is necessary to apply the adaptive power control for receiving signal's variations and the antenna design for alleviation of high elevation's radiation.
 Keywords
DGPS;DGPS reference station;DGPS signal's stability;DGPS service coverage;
 Language
Korean
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