NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 41
Published: 1994

   Volume 41, Number 1 (Spring 1994)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) FOR PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING WITH GNSS APPLICATION R. J. Kelly and J. M. Davis1 - 30
WHAT ARE VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES AND WHAT CAN THEY REALLY DO? W. Young31 - 56
INTERFEROMETRIC GPS FLIGHT REFERENCE/AUTOLAND SYSTEM: FLIGHT TEST RESULTS Frank van Graas, David W. Diggle, and Richard M. Hueschen57 - 82
FLIGHT TESTS OF ATTITUDE DETERMINATION USING GPS COMPARED AGAINST AN INERTIAL NAVIGATION UNIT Clark E. Cohen, Bradford W. Parkinson, and B. David McNally83 - 98
PRECISION STRIKE CONCEPTS EXPLOITING RELATIVE GPS TECHNIQUES George Schmidt and Roy Setterlund99 - 112
NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR LORAN-C SKYWAVE ESTIMATION Yi Bian and David Last113 - 126
   Volume 41, Number 2 (Summer 1994)
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PERFORMANCE OF CATEGORY IIIB AUTOMATIC LANDINGS USING C/A-CODE TRACKING DIFFERENTIAL GPS Stephen V. Rowson, Glenn R. Courtney, and Richard M. Hueschen127 - 144
REAL-TIME FLIGHT TESTING USING INTEGRITY BEACONS FOR GPS CATEGORY III PRECISION LANDING Clark E. Cohen, Boris S. Pervan, David G. Lawrence, H. Stewart Cobb, J. David Powell, and Bradford W. Parkinson145 - 158
INTEGRITY MONITORING FOR PRECISION APPROACH USING KINEMATIC GPS AND A GROUND-BASED PSEUDOLITE Boris S. Pervan, Clark E. Cohen, and Bradford W. Parkinson159 - 174
REAL-TIME ON-THE-FLY KINEMATIC GPS SYSTEM RESULTS Sally L. Frodge, Stephen R. DeLoach, Benjamin Remondi, Dariusz Lapucha, and Richard A. Barker175 - 186
DEMONSTRATION OF GPS AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE OF AIRCRAFT USING SPONTANEOUS MODE S BROADCAST MESSAGES E. T. Bayliss, R. E. Boisvert, and G. H. Knittel187 - 206
PILOTING WITH CELESTIAL ALGORITHMS Thomas R. Metcalf and Frederic T. Metcalf207 - 214
FUTURE LUNAR LANDING NAVIGATION SCHEMES, WITH EMPHASIS ON PRECISION LANDINGS Dan G. Tuckness215 - 228
BYLAWS -229 - 250
   Volume 41, Number 3 (Fall 1994)
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MINIMIZING ERRORS IN CELESTIAL POSITIONING Paul F. Ross251 - 264
THE DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY GPS TRACKING NETWORK Ben Roth and Brent Renfro265 - 276
SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GPS USER ANTENNAS Bruce R. Schulper, Roger L. Allshouse, and Thomas A. Clark277 - 296
FEDERATED KALMAN FILTER SIMULATION RESULTS Neal A. Carlson and Michael P. Berarducci297 - 322
GPS SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND FIELD APPROACHES IN PRECISION FARMING G. Lachapelle, M. E. Cannon, H. Gehue, T. W. Goddard, and D. C. Penney323 - 336
GPS ORBIT DETERMINATION FOR THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER Kenn Gold, Willy Bertiger, Sien Wu, Tom Yunck, Ron Muellerschoen, and George Born337 - 352
AVAILABILITY ASSESSMENT OF ALTERNATIVE CATEGORY I PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM ARCHITECTURES Kelly R. Markin, Peter J. Wroblewski, T. Thomas Hsiao, and Walter A. Poor353 - 366
   Volume 41, Number 4 (Winter 1994)
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GPS RECEIVER RF INTERFERENCE MONITORING, MITIGATION, AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES Philip W. Ward367 - 392
COMPARISON OF REAL-TIME IONOSPHERIC ALGORITHMS FOR A GPS WIDE-AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM (WAAS) M. Bakry El-Arini, Robert S. Conker, Thomas W. Albertson, James K. Reagan, John A. Klobuchar, and Patricia H. Doherty393 - 414
ISOLATION OF GPS MULTIPATH AND RECEIVER TRACKING ERRORS Michael S. Braasch415 - 434
1993 AT-SEA EVALUATION OF ECDIS I. M. Gonin and M. K. Dowd435 - 450
AN OPERATIONAL TEST OF A VEHICLE EMERGENCY LOCATION SERVICE IN COLORADO Alison Brown, Jeremy Siviter, and John Kiljan451 - 462
ANALYSES SUPPORTING FAA DECISIONS MADE DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPLEMENTAL GPS AVIONICS REQUIREMENTS James JP Fernow and Young C. Lee463 - 478
ON ESTIMATING MAP MODEL ERRORS AND GPS POSITION ERRORS: APPLYING MORE SCIENCE TO THE ART OF NAVIGATION Peter Kielland and Tony Tubman479 - 500
INDEX TO VOLUME 41 -501 -
INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION BYLAWS -507 -