NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 39
Published: 1992

   Volume 39, Number 1 (Spring 1992)
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GPS PERFORMANCE: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT CMDR. Patrick Sharrett, LT. COL. Joseph Wysocki, CAPT. Gary Freeland, Donald Brown and CAPT. Scott Netherland1 - 24
NAVIGATION CHARTS ON TRIAL: HOW SAFE IS SAFE? Robert B. Schultz25 - 50
USE OF A LASER NAVIGATION SENSOR FOR AUTOMATIC RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING Peter M. Kachmar, William Chu, and Robert J. Polutchko51 - 78
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES J. S. Stambaugh and R. B. Thibault79 - 92
GLONASS DATA ANALYSIS: INTERIM RESULTS P. Misra, E. Bayliss, R. LaFrey, M. Pratt, and R. Hogaboom93 - 110
MISSING RELATIVITY TERMS IN GPS Steven D. Deines111 - 132
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM ON THE CALCULATION OF REPEATABLE ACCURACY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GPS Borje Forssell133 - 136
BOOK REVIEWS -137 - 138
INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION BYLAWS -139 - 154
   Volume 39, Number 2 (Summer 1992)
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FLIGHT TEST EVALUATION OF PRECISION-CODE DIFFERENTIAL GPS FOR TERMINAL APPROACH AND LANDING B. David McNally, David N. Warner, Jr., Daniel M. Hegarty, Thomas A. Schultz, and Richard Bronson155 - 176
MULTIPATH EFFECTS ON GPS CODE PHASE MEASUREMENTS Richard D. J. van Nee177 - 190
REAL-TIME IONOSPHERIC MONITORING SYSTEM USING GPS A. J. Coster, E. M. Gaposchkin, and L. E. Thornton191 - 204
STATISTICAL VALIDATION FOR GPS INTEGRITY TEST James L. Farrell and Frank van Graas205 - 216
THE USE OF SATELLITE GEOMETRY FOR PREVENTION OF CYCLE SLIPS IN A GPS PROCESSOR James W. Sennott and David Senffner217 - 236
GRAVITY VECTOR ESTIMATION FROM INTEGRATED GPS/STRAPDOWN IMU DATA D. M. Gleason237 - 254
HISTORY OF AERIAL POLAR NAVIGATION Joseph N. Portney255 - 264
   Volume 39, Number 3 (Fall 1992)
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THEORY AND PERFORMANCE OF NARROW CORRELATOR SPACING IN A GPS RECEIVER A. J. Van Dierendonck, Pat Fenton, and Tom Ford265 - 284
ANALYSIS OF A HIGH-PERFORMANCE C/A-CODE GPS RECEIVER IN KINEMATIC MODE M. E. Cannon and G. Lachapelle285 - 300
A BASELINE GPS RAIM SCHEME AND A NOTE ON THE EQUIVALENCE OF THREE RAIM METHODS R. Grover Brown301 - 316
EFFECT OF TERRAIN MASKING ON GPS POSITION DILUTION OF PRECISION T. E. Duerr317 - 324
THE APPLICATION OF INTEGRITY MONITORING TO OFFSHORE SEISMIC SURVEY OPERATIONS G. Jeffrey Geier, David Musser, and Neil Ackroyd325 - 336
AN ANALYSIS OF ADMIRAL PEARY'S SLEDGING SPEEDS William E. Molett337 - 344
   Volume 39, Number 4 (Winter 1992)
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THE COAST GUARD'S DIFFERENTIAL GPS PROGRAM D. H. Alsip, J. M. Butler, and J. T. Radice345 - 362
COVERAGE OF DGPS/RADIOBEACONS Per Enge, Peter Levin, Andrew Hansen, and Rudolph Kalafus363 - 382
DIFFERENTIAL GPS CONTROL OF STARCAR2 S. C. Crow and F. L. Manning383 - 406
GPS RAIM: SCREENING OUT BAD GEOMETRIES WORST-CASE BIAS CONDITIONS Gerald Y. Chin, John H. Kraemer, and R. Grover Brown407 - 428
RAIM AVAILABILITY FOR SUPPLEMENTAL GPS NAVIGATION Karen L. Van Dyke429 - 444
INMARSAT-3 NAVIGATION SIGNAL C/A CODE SELECTION AND INTERFERENCE ANALYSIS J. R. Nagle, A. J. Van Dierendonck, and Q. D. Hua445 - 462
A SIMPLIFIED SIGHT REDUCTION METHOD FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATION John D. Woodworth463 - 476
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM: AN EXTENSION TO THE OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX Thomas R. Metcalf477 - 480
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