Understanding GPS/GNSS: Principles and Applications (3° Éd.)
Auteurs : KAPLAN Elliot D., HEGARTY Christopher
Readers also find new coverage of GNSS receivers, disruptions, errors, stand-alone GNSS performance, differential and precise point positioning. This single-source reference provides both a quick overview of GNSS essentials and an in-depth treatment of advanced topics and explores all the latest advances in technology, applications, and systems.
Readers are guided in the development of new applications and on how to evaluate their performance. It explains all the differential GNSS services available to help decide which is best for a particular application.
The book discusses the integration of GNSS with other sensors and network assistance. Readers learn how to build GNSS receivers and integrate them into navigational and communications equipment. Moreover, this unique volume helps determine how technology is affecting the marketplace and where best to invest in a company’s resources.
- Global Positioning System
- Regional Systems
- GNSS Receivers
- GNSS Disruptions
- GNSS Errors
- Performance of Stand-Alone GNSS
- Differential GNSS and Precise Point Positioning
- Integration of GNSS with other Sensors and Network Assistance
- GNSS Markets and Applications
Elliott D. Kaplan is a principal engineer at the MITRE Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts. He earned his M.S. in electrical engineering from Northeastern University. He is the Chair of the Military Division of the Institute of Navigation.
Date de parution : 01-2017
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