Session A2: Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Effects, and Space Weather


Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2022
Time: 1:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Session Chairs:
Dr. Ningchao Wang
Hampton University
Dr. Larry Sparks
Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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Airborne Ionospheric Gradient Monitoring for Dual-Frequency GBAS : Daniel Gerbeth, Maria Caamano, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany; Mihaela-Simona Circiu, ESA/ESTEC; Michael Felux, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Switzerland
An Application-centred Resilient GNSS Position Estimation Algorithm based on Positioning Environment Conditions Awareness : Renato Filjar, Krapina University of Applied Sciences, Croatia
Assessment of the Ionospheric Impact on Frequency-Hopping Modulation Signals : Brian Breitsch, Ian Thomas, Jade Morton, University of Colorado, Boulder
Comparisons of Several Approaches to Derive TEC Gradients from GNSS Observations : Xiaoqing Pi, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Impact of Ionospheric Anomalies on Dual-Frequency GBAS with Divergence-Free Smoothing Technique : Wang Li and Yiping Jiang; The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Iono Gradient Monitoring for Dual Frequency Multi-Constellation GBAS : Tim Murphy, Matt, Harris, Glaucia Balvedi, Boeing, Gary McGraw, Joel Wichgers, Collins; Linda Lavik, Indra Navia
Optimal Smoothing and Monitor Strategies for DFDC Local-Area DGNSS under Anomalous Ionospheric Conditions : Gihun Nam, Dongchan Min, Noah Minchan Kim, and Jiyun Lee Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Sam Pullen, Stanford University
Precise Ionosphere Map Prediction using Long Short-term Memory Deep Learning Method : Jianping Chen and Yang Gao, University of Calgary, Canada
Predicting Hurricane-induced Intense Rainfall Trajectories using GNSS : Hoda Tahami, Jihye Park, Oregon State University
Real-time Capable Tropospheric Ducting Threat Monitor for Terrestrial Navigation Integrity : Shrivathsan Narayanan, Axel Von Engeln, Okuary Osechas, and Maarten Ujit de Haag, German Aerospace Center(DLR), Germany