DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A MOBILE PSEUDOLITE CONCEPT FOR PRECISE POSITIONING

Capt. J. Raquet, G. Lachapelle, W. Qiu, C. Pelletier, Capt. T. Nash, Capt. F. B. Snodgrass, P. Fenton, and T. Holden

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Abstract: The concept of using a pseudolite in the reverse mode where the pseudolite is positioned with respect to receivers deployed at known points is presented. Two types of double-difference positioning approaches for eliminating clock and other code and carrier-phase biases are described and analyzed-pseudolite positioning with satellite reference (PPSR) and pseudolite positioning with pseudolite reference (PPPR). Results are given for an initial test conducted in a land vehicle at Holloman APB, New Mexico. The test range consisted of a 600 m course surrounded by six receivers deployed in a noncoplanar configuration at distances ranging from 100 to 1,500 m from the vehicle. The pseudolite position was calculated using both integer and floating-point carrier-phase ambiguities, and the resulting trajectory was analyzed to assess the differential positioning performance of this inverted GPS system.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 43, Number 2
Pages: 149 - 166
Cite this article: Raquet, Capt. J., Lachapelle, G., Qiu, W., Pelletier, C., Nash, Capt. T., Snodgrass, Capt. F. B., Fenton, P., Holden, T., "DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF A MOBILE PSEUDOLITE CONCEPT FOR PRECISE POSITIONING", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 43, No. 2, Summer 1996, pp. 149-166.
https://doi.org/10.1002/j.2161-4296.1996.tb01922.x
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