Title: CORRECTION ALGORITHMS FOR DIFFERENTIAL GPS REFERENCE STATIONS
Author(s): Peter Loomis, Greg Kremer, and James Reynolds
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 36, Number 2
Pages: 179 - 194
Cite this article: Loomis, Peter, Kremer, Greg, Reynolds, James, "CORRECTION ALGORITHMS FOR DIFFERENTIAL GPS REFERENCE STATIONS", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 36, No. 2, Summer 1989, pp. 179-194.
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Abstract: The generation of differential GPS corrections for general navigation purposes must consider the effects of selective availability, ionosphere, data link latency, and processing time. The U.S. Coast Guard Differential GPS Harbor Entrance program has developed a differential GPS reference station system design that successfully addresses these concerns. This paper presents a high-level description of this design and some of the test data that led to the critical design decisions.