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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 30
Published: 1983

   Volume 30, Number 1 (Spring 1983)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE INTEGRATION OF MULTIPLE AVIONIC SENSORS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR FUTURE MILITARY HELICOPTERSAlbert J. Shapiro1 - 21
INTEGRATION OF TRANSIT, OMEGA AND LORAN-C FOR MARINE NAVIGATIONG. F. Sage and J. D. Luse22 - 33
AN ADVANCED SINGLE-CHANNEL NAVSTAR GPS MULTIPLEX RECEIVER WITH UP TO EIGHT PSEUDOCHANNELSPhil Ward34 - 50
SIMULATED FAN-BEAM RADAR IMAGERYW. B. Ruhnow51 - 71
KALMAN FILTER FORMULATIONS FOR TRANSFER ALIGNMENT OF STRAPDOWN INERTIAL UNITSAlan M. Schneider72 - 89
REVERSE VELOCITY ROCKET SLED TEST BED FOR INERTIAL GUIDANCE SYSTEMSNorman L. Ingold90 - 99
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUMBorje Forssell100 - 102
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-103 - 106
   Volume 30, Number 2 (Summer 1983)
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HICANS-NAVIATION FOR HIGH SPEED SHIPSLanny Puckett107 - 122
THE ROLE OF NAVIGATION IN THE PRECISION REGISTRATION OF SENSOR DATA AT SEAJames T. Miller and Eugene W. G. David123 - 134
BASEBAND: A BREAKTHROUGH IN PRECISION NAVIGATIONRobert F. Riggs135 - 145
GPS NAVIGATION USING THREE SATELLITES AND A PRECISE CLOCKMark A. Sturza146 - 156
APPLICATIONS OF TIME TRANSFER USING NAVSTAR GPSA. J. Van Dierendonck and W. C. Melton157 - 170
ACCURACY: WHAT IS IT? WHY DO I NEED IT?HOW MUCH DO I NEED?J. F. Roeber171 - 178
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-179 - 181
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUME. O. Kirner, Robert W. Knox, Robert G. Huenemann182 - 184
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-185 - 186
   Volume 30, Number 3 (Fall 1983)
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DIFFERENTIAL OPERATION OF NAVSTAR GPSRudolph M. Kalafus, Janis Vilcans and Norman Knable187 - 204
CURRENT STATUS OF THE MLS PROGRAMLester L. Prosser, Sr.205 - 215
STATUS OF THE TCAS PROGRAMWilliam L. Hyland216 - 220
STATUS OF AREA NAVIGATIONGeorge H. Quinn221 - 226
IMPROVED SYSTEM RELIABILITY THROUGH MASTER INDEPENDENT OPERATIONR. W. B. Janes227 - 233
NAVIGATING LOW ALTITUDE SATELLITES USING THE CURRENT FOUR NAVSTAR/GPS SATELLITESPaul S. Jorgensen234 - 243
EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS OF USING THE GPS FOR LANDSAT 4 ONBOARD NAVIGATIONW. P. Birmingham, B. L. Miller and W. L. Stein244 - 251
THE INFLUENCE OF REFERENCE SYSTEM DISPARITY ON NAVIGATION AND POSITIONINGGregory A. Robinson and David E. Miller252 - 260
THE CHALLENGE OF PRECISELY POSITIONING A 3D SEISMIC SURVEYJames G. Morgan261 - 272
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-273 - 273
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-274 - 280
   Volume 30, Number 4 (Winter 1983)
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LOW COST INTEGRATED MARINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMD. F. Liang, J. C. McMillan, M. F. Vinnins, A. Ficko, B. G. Fletcher and C. A. Maskell281 - 300
BREAKING THE PRECISION BARRIER FOR AIRCRAFT INERTIAL SYSTEMSGary W. Adams and Michael J. Hadfield301 - 308
ANALYSIS OF ALTERNATE BOREHOLE SURVEY SYSTEMSS. Brzezowski and J. Fagan309 - 324
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF AN INTEGRATED NAVSTAR GPS/INS NAVIGATION SYSTEM TO COMPONENT FAILUREHoward M. Schwartz325 - 337
A KALMAN FILTER APPROACH TO PRECISION GPS GEODESYR. Grover Brown and Patrick Y. C. Hwang338 - 349
FLIGHT TEST RESULTS FOR AN EXPERIMENTAL GPS C/A-CODE RECEIVER IN A GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFTSteven D. Campbell and Raymond R. LaFrey350 - 368
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-369 - 371
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