GNSS reflectometry and applications
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© Springer International Publishing AG 2018. When positioning with GNSS, multipath signal is a reflected GNSS signal that is a nuisance and as such needs to be eliminated. Whereas this reflected signal on the one hand is a nuisance for positioning, for environmental monitoring purposes, it could be useful in monitoring sea-wind retrieval, seawater salinity detection, ice-layer density measurements and other remote sensing applications (e.g., topography, soil moisture and vegetation), see, (Yang et al. GNSS-R data processing software and test analysis. Inside GNSS, Sept/Oct 2009, pp 40–45, 2009) e.g., .
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