Workshop 2017

Study of satellite dependency of phase biases between receivers and between signals

July 4, 2017 • 141 Views

Workshop 2017 - Martin Håkansson - The existence of hardware induced phase biases are problematic in precise GNSS positioning as associated techniques are dependent on the handling of all error sources which can degrade the quality of the phase-based positions. This poster presents two studies of the satellite dependency of relative phase biases. In the first study, relative receiver phase biases are investigated, while the second study treats relative phase biases between signals (e.g. between carrier phases from C/A-code and P-code tracking).

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