User guidelines for single base real time GNSS positioning
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User guidelines for single base real time GNSS positioning

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    "These user guidelines are intended to provide a practical method to obtain consistent, accurate three-dimensional positions using classical, single base real-time (RT) techniques (see Chapter V.). However, in addition to these best methods, and due to the plethora of variables associated with RT positioning, this document is meant to be a source for pertinent background information that the competent RT user should digest and keep in mind when performing high-accuracy positioning. Due to the rapidly changing environment of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning, it is understood that this documentation will be dynamic and would be best served to remain in digital form. Improvements to GNSS hardware and software, increased wireless communication capabilities, new signals, and additional satellite constellations in production or planned will yield significantly increased capabilities in easier, faster and more accurate data for the RT positioning world in the near future. These guidelines are not meant to exclude other accepted practices users have found to produce accurate results, but will augment the basic knowledge base to increase confidence in RT positioning"--Introduction.
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    William Henning, lead author.

    "August 2011."

    System Requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader

    Includes bibliographic references (page 131).

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