IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems
The complexity of the design of a Global Positioning System (GPS) user segment, as well as the performance demanded of the components, depends on user requirements such as total navigation accuracy. Other factors, for instance the expected satellite/vehicle geometry or the accuracy of an accompanying inertial navigation system can also affect the user segment design. Models of GPS measurements are used to predict user segment performance at various levels. Design curves are developed which illustrate the relationship between user requirements, the user segment design, and component performance.
Dougherty, John J.; El-Sherief, Hossny; Simon, Daniel J.; and Whitmer, Gary A., "GPS Modeling for Designing Aerospace Vehicle Navigation Systems" (1995). Electrical Engineering & Computer Science Faculty Publications. 132.
Dougherty, J.J.; El-Sherief, H.; Simon, D.J.; Whitmer, G.A. (1995). GPS modeling for designing aerospace vehicle navigation systems. Aerospace and Electronic Systems, IEEE Transactions on, 31(2), 695-705, doi: 10.1109/7.381917.
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