Title

Decimeter GPS Positioning for Surface Element of Sea Floor Geodesy System

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

1987

Keywords

Carrier Phase, Acoustic Transducer, Initial Epoch, Platform Position, Carrier Data

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-3885-4_19

Abstract

This paper describes the results of an analysis of several GPS based positioning systems, which have been designed to allow accurate positioning of the surface element of a seafloor-to-surface acoustic array. The results of covariance analyses are discussed. The precision, accuracy, and data rates required from the GPS receiver are given.

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Citation / Publisher Attribution

Decimeter GPS Positioning for Surface Element of Sea Floor Geodesy System, in M. Kumar & G. A. Maul (Eds.), Proceedings International Symposium on Marine Positioning, Springer, p. 223-232

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