Decimeter GPS Positioning for Surface Element of Sea Floor Geodesy System
Carrier Phase, Acoustic Transducer, Initial Epoch, Platform Position, Carrier Data
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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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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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Young, Lawrence E.; Wu, Sien C.; and Dixon, Timothy H., "Decimeter GPS Positioning for Surface Element of Sea Floor Geodesy System" (1987). School of Geosciences Faculty and Staff Publications. 1519.