Global Positioning System: Theory And Practice

  • Publish Date: 1994-11
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: B. Hofmann-Wellenhof H. Lichtenegger J. Collins
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This edition accommodates recent advances in the technology of the global positioning system (GPS), and considers its full operational status. It shows, in a comprehensive manner, how GPS works, and how it can be used for precise measurements (for example, surveying), as well as for navigation. New material has been added, but the overall structure conforms to the former editions. The basic mathematical models for various modes of GPS operations, and detailed explanation of the practical use of GPS are developed. Description of proper project planning, execution, data reduction and co-ordinate computation is provided for novice GPS users. Additionally, the text examplifies applications and types of projects where different measurement modes are used.


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