GNSS precise point positioning in regional reference frames using real-time broadcast corrections
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As a result of the Real-Time IGS Pilot Project (RT-IGS) and the EUREF Real-Time Analysis Project (EUREF-RT), real-time GNSS satellite orbit and clock corrections to broadcast ephemeris, the so-called real-time broadcast corrections (BC), have become available for the application in precise point positioning (PPP). The real-time BCs are currently available in global as well as in regional reference frames. In this contribution the PPP usage and performances of these global and regional BCs are analysed for the Australian continent. We identify the limitations of the current regional BCs, which results in scale-induced biases, and show how they can be improved. We also present an alternative, more user friendly, approach for regional BCs. It provides PPP users with simple means to correct for the biases of the regional approach.
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