NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 42
Published: 1995

   Volume 42, Number 1 (Spring 1995)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD Ronald Braff1 - 2
INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY SECTION Eugene O. Frye3 - 4
THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION IN PERSPECTIVE Alton B Moody5 - 26
THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION-THE SECOND QUARTER CENTURY Eugene O. Frye27 - 50
THE AWARD WINNERS Eugene O. Frye51 - 60
TERRESTRIAL RADIO NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGIES Per Enge, Eric Swanson, Richard Mullin, Ken Ganther, Anthony Bommarito, and Robert Kelly61 - 108
A HISTORY OF SATELLITE NAVIGATION Bradford W. Parkinson, Thomas Stansell, Ronald Beard, and Konstantine Gromov109 - 164
INERTIAL NAVIGATION TECHNOLOGY FROM 1970-1995 Richard L. Greenspan165 - 186
SPACE NAVIGATION APPLICATIONS Peter M. Kachmar and Lincoln Wood187 - 234
FROM CHINESE CHARIOTS TO SMART CARS: 2,000 YEARS OF VEHICULAR NAVIGATION Robert L. French235 - 258
MARINE TRAFFIC REGULATION IN THE UNITED STATES W. Young259 - 312
   Volume 42, Number 2 (Summer 1995)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
PRACTICAL SAILING FORMULAS FOR RHUMB-LINE TRACKS ON AN OBLATE EARTH George H. Kaplan313 - 326
A LOW-POWER POSTPROCESSED DGPS SYSTEM FOR LOGGING THE LOCATIONS OF SHEEP ON HILL PASTURES Gwyn Roberts, Aled Williams, J. David Last, Peter D. Penning, and S. Mark Rutter327 - 336
TRAINING EXPERIENCES WITH GPS IN THE MERCHANT MARINE Samuel G. Shaw and John M. Keever337 - 352
POTENTIAL IONOSPHERIC LIMITATIONS TO GPS WIDE-AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM (WAAS) John A. Klobuchar, Patricia H. Doherty, and M. Bakry El-Arini353 - 370
A COMPARISON OF THE FASF AND LEAST-SQUARES SEARCH ALGORITHMS FOR ON-THE-FLY AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION D. Chen and Gerard Lachapelle371 - 390
EPOCH-BY-EPOCH AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION FOR REAL-TIME ATTITUDE DETERMINATION USING A GPS MULTI-ANTENNA SYSTEM Ahmed El-Mowafy and K. P. Schwarz391 - 408
STATION ARRANGEMENT EFFECTS ON GROUND-REFERENCED AIRCRAFT HEIGHT COMPUTATION BASED ON TIME DIFFERENCES OF ARRIVAL Dimitris E. Manolakis and Chris C. Lefas409 - 434
   Volume 42, Number 3 (Fall 1995)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE U.S. WIDE-AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM (WAAS) R. Loh, V. Wullschleger, B. Elrod, M. Lage, and F. Haas435 - 466
AUTOLANDING A 737 USING GPS INTEGRITY BEACONS Clark E. Cohen, H. Stewart Cobb, David G. Lawrence, Boris S. Pervan, J. David Powell, Bradford W. Parkinson, Gerald J. Aubrey, William Loewe, Douglas Ormiston, B. David McNally, David N. Kaufmann, Victor Wullschleger, Raymond J. Swider, Jr.467 - 486
KINEMATIC ON-THE-FLY GPS POSITIONING RELATIVE TO A MOVING REFERENCE B. R. Hermann, A. G. Evans, C. S. Law, B. W. Remondi487 - 502
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF THE MULTIPATH ESTIMATING DELAY LOCK LOOP Bryan R. Townsend, Patrick C. Fenton, Keith J. Van Dierendonck, and D. J. Richard van Nee503 - 514
PPS RAIM ALGORITHMS AND THEIR PERFORMANCE K. Kovach, H. Maquet, and D. Davis515 - 530
TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SEXTANT INDEX ERROR R. Egler531 - 556
   Volume 42, Number 4 (Winter 1995)
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ICELAND'S NETWORK OF DIFFERENTIAL GPS RADIOBEACONS Saemundur Thorsteinsson, Thorsteinn Gunnarsson, Gudbjarni Gudmundsson, Gudjon Tryggvason, Per Enge, David Young, Len Sheynblat, Brian Westfall, Colin Daniell, and Jon Tryggvi Helgason557 - 580
FAULT DETECTION AND EXCLUSION PERFORMANCE USING GPS AND GLONASS Karen L. Van Dyke581 - 594
CONSIDERATION OF PRACTICAL VISIBILITY OF GEOSTATIONARY AUGMENTATION SATELLITES FROM AIRCRAFT G. V. Kinal595 - 604
HIGH-ACCURACY DIFFERENTIAL POSITIONING FOR SATELLITE-BASED SYSTEMS WITHOUT USING CODE-PHASE MEASURMENTS Frank van Graas and Shane-Woei Lee605 - 618
AN APPROACH FOR A FASTER GPS TRACKING EXTENDED KALMAN FILTER K. Deergha Rao and J. Lakshmi Narayana619 - 632
DETERMINING THE POSITION AND MOTION OF A VESSEL FROM CELESTIAL OBSERVATIONS George H. Kaplan633 - 650
CAPABILITIES OF THE NEW ILS Richard H. McFarland and David Quinet651 - 662
INDEX TO VOLUME 42 (this wasn't included in the original table of contents) -663 -