Workshop 2017

Analysis of GNSS Receiver Biases and Noise using Zero Baseline Techniques


July 5, 2017 • 423 Views

Workshop 2017 - Ken Macleod - Analysis of GNSS Receiver Biases and Noise using Zero Baseline Techniques Natural Resources Canada has established a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver calibration site in Ottawa, Canada. The purpose of the test site is to improve interoperability between receiver types and to enable IGS partners to achieve the most accurate and precise results using a non-homogeneous GNSS receiver network. Using zero baseline and un-differenced techniques the tracking characteristics of the GPS, GLONASS and Galileo signals of five GNSS receiver types is assessed. The poster will present a number of receiver characteristics including: phase alignment (between receiver types) and noise and code noise and biases between signals and receiver types. GLONASS inter frequency biases estimate

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