Journal article

Array-based satellite phase bias sensing: theory and GPS/BeiDou/QZSS results

A Khodabandeh, PJG Teunissen

MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY | IOP PUBLISHING LTD | Published : 2014

Abstract

Single-receiver integer ambiguity resolution (IAR) is a measurement concept that makes use of network-derived non-integer satellite phase biases (SPBs), among other corrections, to recover and resolve the integer ambiguities of the carrier-phase data of a single GNSS receiver. If it is realized, the very precise integer ambiguity-resolved carrier-phase data would then contribute to the estimation of the receiver's position, thus making (near) real-time precise point positioning feasible. Proper definition and determination of the SPBs take a leading part in developing the idea of single-receiver IAR. In this contribution, the concept of array-based between-satellite single-differenced (SD) S..

View full abstract

University of Melbourne Researchers