Next Generation GNSS Single Receiver Cycle Slip Reliability
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In this contribution we study the multi-frequency, carrier-phase slip detection capabilities of a single receiver. Our analysis is based on an analytical expression that we present for the multi-frequency minimal detectable carrier phase cycle slip.
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