ANALYSIS OF THREE-CARRIER AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION TECHNIQUE FOR PRECISE RELATIVE POSITIONING IN GNSS-2

U. Vollath, S. Birnbach, H. Landau, J. M. Fraile-Ordonez, and M. Martin-Neira

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Abstract: One of the options for frequency allocation for Europe’s proposed global satellite navigation system GNSS-2 consists of three L-band carriers spaced in such a fashion that carrier-phase ambiguities on any one carrier may be resolved in a stepwise fashion, using one long widelane of 10.5 m and one widelane of 0.90 m as intermediate steps. This paper presents principles, proceedings, and first results of a one-epoch ambiguity resolution approach, developed in the context of a study for the European Space Agency.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 46, Number 1
Pages: 13 - 24
Cite this article: Vollath, U., Birnbach, S., Landau, H., Fraile-Ordonez, J. M., Martin-Neira, M., "ANALYSIS OF THREE-CARRIER AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION TECHNIQUE FOR PRECISE RELATIVE POSITIONING IN GNSS-2", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 46, No. 1, Spring 1999, pp. 13-24.
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