NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 35
Published: 1988

   Volume 35, Number 1 (Spring 1988)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
INTEGRATED NAVIGATION FOR DEEP OCEAN POSITIONING Michael Higgins and D. Martin Harrell1 - 14
A THREE-AXIS MONOLITHIC RING LASER GYRO Donald J. Weber15 - 22
CIVIL AVIATION INTEGRITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM Alison K. Brown23 - 40
SELF-CONTAINED GPS INTEGRITY CHECK USING MAXIMUM SOLUTION SEPARATION R. Grover Brown and Paul W. McBurney41 - 54
U.S. COAST GUARD DIFFERENTIAL GPS NAVIGATION FIELD TEST FINDINGS D. Pietraszewski, J. Spalding, C. Viehweg, L. Luft55 - 72
SHIPBORNE GPS KINEMATIC POSITIONING FOR HYDROGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS G. LaChapelle, W. Falkenberg, J. Hagglund, K. Kinlyside, M. Casey, P. Kielland, H. Boudreau73 - 88
REFERENCE TRAJECTORIES FROM GPS MEASUREMENTS James E. Robbins89 - 104
INTEGRATION OF GPS RECEIVERS INTO EXISTING INTERNAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS D. A. Tazartes and J. G. Mark105 - 120
AN INTEGRATED GPS/IRS DESIGN APPROACH Randolph G. Hartman121 - 134
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -135 - 136
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -137 - 140
   Volume 35, Number 2 (Summer 1988)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
GENERAL AVIATION AND LORAN-C Webster B. Todd141 - 146
SOLE MEANS NAVIGATION THROUGH HYBRID LORAN-C AND GPS Frank van Graas147 - 160
TERRAIN-AIDED NAVIGATION TEST RESULTS IN THE AFTI/F-16 AIRCRAFT Drayton D. Boozer and J. Richard Fellerhoff161 - 176
MORRISON'S QUBIK INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNIT Melvin M. Morrison177 - 184
TEST RESULTS OF PROTOTYPE FIBER OPTIC GYROS M. S. Bielas, R. C. Dankwort, T. F. El-Wailly, and L. F. Stokes185 - 196
GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) AUTONOMOUS USER SYSTEM M. P. Ananda, H. Bernstein, W. A. Feess, T. C. Paugstat197 - 216
CHOOSING THE BEST SOLUTION TO THE GPS INTEGRITY AND COVERAGE ISSUES T. R. Damiani, N. B. Hemesath217 - 238
NEW CONCEPT FOR INDEPENDENT GPS INTEGRITY MONITORING Young C. Lee239 - 254
AUTONOMOUS GPS INTEGRITY MONITORING USING THE PSEUDORANGE RESIDUAL Bradford W. Parkinson, Penina Axelrad255 - 274
HIGH-ACCURACY KINEMATIC POSITIONING BY GPS-INS R. V. C. Wong, K. P. Schwarz, M. E. Cannon275 - 288
SMOOTHING A NOON SIGHT Robert W. Severance289 - 294
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -295 - 300
   Volume 35, Number 3 (Fall 1988)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NATIONAL SPACE LAUNCH RECOVERY PROGRAM Lt. Col. Thomas Martin301 - 308
OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM-A STATUS REPORT Robert J. Wenzel309 - 316
INVESTIGATION OF THE POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF GPS FOR PRECISION APPROACHES Lawrence Hogle317 - 334
CROSS-RATE SYNCHRONIZATION OF LORAN-C USING GPS Per K. Enge and Gary Noseworthy335 - 346
SINGLE CORIOLIS INERTIAL RATE AND ACCELERATION SENSOR Rand H. Hulsing II347 - 360
A RATIONAL PARAMETRIC APPROACH TO LATITUDE, LONGITUDE, AND ALTITUDE Joshua Zev Levin361 - 370
LOW-ORBIT NAVIGATION CONCEPTS H. James Rome371 - 390
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM -391 - 392
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -393 - 396
   Volume 35, Number 4 (Winter 1988)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE FOR OCEANIC AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL APPLICATIONS Peter L. Massoglia397 - 406
NAVIGATION, SURVEILLANCE, AND COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES WITHIN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO Henry E. Brown407 - 414
HOLIDAY STATISTICS FOR PARALLEL LANE SURVEYS J. B. Lozow and J. R. Scholten415 - 428
SPECIAL RELATIVITY AND INTERSATELLITE TRACKING Paul S. Jorgensen429 - 442
AN OPTION FOR MECHANIZING INTEGRATED GPS/INS SOLUTIONS J. Arnold Soltz, James I. Donna, and Richard L. Greenspan443 - 458
AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCES WITH A HYBRID LORAN-GPS Ralph Eschenbach and Mark Morgenthaler459 - 468
AIDING GPS WITH CALIBRATED LORAN-C Per K. Enge and James R. McCullough469 - 482
NAVIGATION SYSTEM INTEGRITY MONITORING USING REDUNDANT MEASUREMENTS Mark A. Sturza483 - 502
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -503 - 406
INDEX -507 -