E. M. Copps, G. J. Geier, W. C. Fidler, and P. A. Grundy

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Abstract: This paper formulates a Kalman estimator as an optimal tracker/navigator for GPS. The approach is motivated by considering the signal and navigation processing performed by a GPS set not as separate functions, but as a single integrated function. The practical realization of this integrated tracker/navigator is discussed, and simulation results are presented which permit comparison of its performance with that of more conventional, partitioned designs.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 27, Number 3
Pages: 171 - 182
Cite this article: Copps, E. M., Geier, G. J., Fidler, W. C., Grundy, P. A., "OPTIMAL PROCESSING OF GPS SIGNALS", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 27, No. 3, Fall 1980, pp. 171-182.
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