Enhanced precise point positioning for GNSS users
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This paper summarizes the main results obtained during the development of an Enhanced Precise Point Positioning (EPPP) Global Navigation Satellite Systems multifrequency user algorithm. The main innovations include the application of precise ionospheric corrections to facilitate the resolution of undifferenced carrier phase ambiguities, ambiguity validation, and integrity monitoring. The performance of the EPPP algorithm in terms of accuracy, convergence time, and integrity is demonstrated with actual GPS and simulated Galileo data. This can be achieved with very limited bandwidth requirements for EPPP users (less than 300 b/s for dual-frequency GPS data).
CitationJuan, J. [et al.]. Enhanced precise point positioning for GNSS users. "IEEE transactions on geoscience and remote sensing", 21 Setembre 2012, vol. 50, núm. 10, p. 4213-4222.