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Performance Analysis of Integrated GNSS with GPS and QZSS
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 Title & Authors
Performance Analysis of Integrated GNSS with GPS and QZSS
Ko, Kwang-Soob; Choi, Chang-Mook;
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 Abstract
The Quasi-Zenith Satellite System(QZSS) is the Japanese satellite navigation system, which designs to increase the GPS system`s visibility in the urban areas. The first satellite(Michibiki) was launched in 2010 and started to broadcast navigation signals. Therefore, the purpose of the research is to analyze the performance of GPS and QZSS based on the advantage of the integrated GNSS. Especially, the study has been processed in terms of improving satellite navigation parameters around Korean Peninsula. To do this, there have been the comprehensive analysis of the QZSS characteristics, the experimental test, and its statistical analysis for realizing advantage of GPS and QZSS. Through these systemic steps, it was recognized that the integrated GPS and QZSS has more reliable than GPS in case of not only limited visibility but also ordinary positioning. Additionally, the integrated GPS and QZSS would be very useful to improve the various navigation parameters around the peninsula.
 Keywords
Integrated GNSS;Experimental test;Navigation parameter;GPS;QZSS;
 Language
Korean
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