GNSS ambiguity resolution with optimally controlled failure-rate
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GNSS carrier phase ambiguity resolution is the key to fast and high- precision satellite positioning and navigation. It applies to a great variety of current and future models of GPS, modernized GPS and Galileo. In [Teunissen, 2003] we described the general principle of integer aperture (IA) ambiguity estimation. In the present contribution we will derive the optimal IA-estimator. The optimal IA-estimator is defined as the estimator which has the largest possible success rate given a user-defined fail rate. Hence, it is the optimal estimator for which the fail rate can be controlled.
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Teunissen, Peter (2003)Abstract. In this invited contribution a brief review will be presented of the integer estimation theory as developed by the author over the last decade and which started with the introduction of the LAMBDA method in 1993. ...
Arora, Balwinder Singh (2012)The precise positioning applications have long been carried out using dual frequency carrier phase and code observables from the Global Positioning System (GPS). The carrier phase observables are very precise in comparison ...
Teunissen, Peter (2003)GNSS carrier phase ambiguity resolution is the key to fast and high-precision satellite positioning and navigation. It applies to a great variety of current and future models of GPS, modernized GPS and Galileo. In (Teunissen, ...