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  • Author(s) Alan Oxley
  • Edition
  • Published01172017
  • PublisherElsevier S & T
  • ISBN9780128097878

Uncertainties in GPS Positioning: A Mathematical Discourse describes the calculations performed by a GPS receiver and the problems associated with ensuring that the derived location is a close match to the actual location. Inaccuracies in calculating a location can have serious repercussions, so this book is a timely source for information on this rapidly evolving technology.

  • Covers how a GPS receiver works and how the earth is modeled so position data can be calculated
  • Discusses the different signals and clock speeds of the satellites, the receivers, and sources of inaccuracy
  • Examines how the errors are distributed in the data and provides examples

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  • Author(s) Alan Oxley
  • Edition
  • Published01172017
  • PublisherElsevier S & T
  • ISBN9780128097878

Uncertainties in GPS Positioning: A Mathematical Discourse describes the calculations performed by a GPS receiver and the problems associated with ensuring that the derived location is a close match to the actual location. Inaccuracies in calculating a location can have serious repercussions, so this book is a timely source for information on this rapidly evolving technology.

  • Covers how a GPS receiver works and how the earth is modeled so position data can be calculated
  • Discusses the different signals and clock speeds of the satellites, the receivers, and sources of inaccuracy
  • Examines how the errors are distributed in the data and provides examples
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