NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 37
Published: 1990

   Volume 37, Number 1 (Spring 1990)
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THE PILOTING EXPERT SYSTEM: TRANSITION FROM OFF-LINE PROTOTYPE TO ON-LINE DECISION SUPPORT Martha Grabowski1 - 16
UTILIZATION OF FIBER-OPTIC GYROS IN INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNITS A. Matthews17 - 38
THE EFFECT OF SELECTIVE AVAILABILITY ON DIFFERENTIAL GPS CORRECTIONS Gregory T. Kremer, Rudolph M. Kalafus, Peter V. W. Loomis, and James C. Reynolds39 - 52
HIGH-ACCURACY GPS SEMIKINEMATIC POSITIONING: MODELING AND RESULTS M. Elizabeth Cannon53 - 64
THE LIMITS OF DIRECT SATELLITE TRACKING WITH GPS Willy I. Bertiger and Thomas P. Yunck65 - 80
AN INTERNATIONAL GEOSTATIONARY OVERLAY FOR GPS AND GLONASS G. V. Kinal and J. P. Singh81 - 94
COMBINING PSEUDORANGES FROM GPS AND LORAN-C FOR AIR NAVIGATION Per Enge, Frona B. Vicksell, Robert B. Goddard, and Frank van Graas95 - 112
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM: ANALYSIS OF WHETHER PEARY EMPLOYED AMUNDSEN'S METHOD OF OBTAINING COMPASS HEADING, (1); COMMENTS ON COL. MOLETT'S ANALYSIS, (2). William E. Molett, Thomas D. Davies113 - 118
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -119 - 122
   Volume 37, Number 2 (Summer 1990)
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GPS AVAILABILITY, PART 1: AVAILABILITY OF SERVICE ACHIEVABLE FOR DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF CIVIL USERS J-M. Durand, T. Michal, and J. Bouchard123 - 140
AN INTEGRATED GPS/GLONASS RECEIVER Raymond A. Eastwood141 - 152
A STRAPDOWN INERTIAL ALGORITHM USING AN EARTH-FIXED CARTESIAN FRAME M. Wei and K. P. Schwarz153 - 168
PREDICTED SOLAR FLARE ACTIVITY FOR THE 1990s: POSSIBLE EFFECTS ON NAVIGATION SYSTEMS J. M. Kunches and J. W. Hirman169 - 180
GPS NAVIGATION: COMBINING PSEUDORANGE WITH CONTINUOUS CARRIER PHASE USING A KALMAN FILTER Patrick Y. C. Hwang and R. Grover Brown181 - 196
OMEGA COMPASS APPLICATIONS Ian D. Birch and John F. Kemp197 - 204
BOOK REVIEW: COMPACT SIGHT REDUCTION TABLE -205 - 206
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM: INTERNATIONAL DECISION MAKING FOR THE NAVIGATION COMMUNITY R. Johannessen207 - 212
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -213 - 216
   Volume 37, Number 3 (Fall 1990)
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ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR OMEGA RECEIVERS Benjamin Peterson, Keith Gross, and Ellen Shirvell217 - 232
LORAN-C MEASUREMENT TRIALS IN IRELAND AND U.K.: INTERFERENCE, NOISE, AND FIELD STRENGTH RESULTS David Last and Nick Ward233 - 248
OPTIMAL FILTERING OF PSEUDORANGES AND PHASES FROM SINGLE-FREQUENCY GPS RECEIVERS Clyde C. Goad249 - 262
AN ALTERNATIVE COMMON VIEW METHOD FOR TIME TRANSFER WITH GPS Henry F. Fliegel, Ronald L. Beard, G. Paul Landis, and Sarah B. Stebbins263 - 272
A ROTATED-COORDINATE GAUSSIAN POSITION RECONSTRUCTION ALGORITHM FOR THE MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM F. D. Powell273 - 284
GPS AVAILABILITY, PART II: EVALUATION OF STATE PROBABILITIES FOR 21 SATELLITE AND 24 SATELLITE CONSTELLATIONS J-M. Durand and A. Caseau285 - 296
ERRATUM -297 - 298
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -299 - 304
   Volume 37, Number 4 (Winter 1990)
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ELECTRONIC CHARTS IN THE NINETIES Mortimer Rogoff305 - 318
PRECISION ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION IN RESTRICTED WATERWAYS Marc B. Mandler, Myriam W. Smith, and James W. Gynther319 - 328
TOWARDS A QUANTITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF BENEFITS INS/GPS INTEGRATION CAN OFFER TO CIVIL AVIATION R. Johannessen and M. J. A. Asbury329 - 346
STRAPDOWN ASTRO-INERTIAL NAVIGATION UTILIZING THE OPTICAL WIDE-ANGLE LENS STARTRACKER S. Levine, R. Dennis, and K. L. Bachman347 - 362
A SIGNAL MODEL FOR GPS Michael S. Braasch363 - 378
GEOMETRIC FORMULAS FOR DILUTION OF PRECISION CALCULATIONS Paul Massatt and Karl Rudnick379 - 392
GPS MULTIPATH FIELD OBSERVATIONS AT LAND AND WATER SITES J. M. Tranquilla and J. P. Carr393 - 414
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -415 - 416
INDEX TO VOLUME 37 -417 -