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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 38
Published: 1991

   Volume 38, Number 1 (Spring 1991)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
KINEMATIC GPS FOR DIFFERENTIAL POSITIONING: RESOLVING INTEGER AMBIGUITIES ON THE FLYPatrick Y. C. Hwang1 - 16
PSEUDO-KINEMATIC GPS RESULTS USING THE AMBIGUITY FUNCTION METHODBenjamin W. Remondi17 - 36
PROGRESS TOWARDS THE OPERATIONAL PHASE OF GLONASSPeter Daly37 - 52
PRELAUNCH CHECKOUT OF THE INERTIAL UPPER STAGE REDUNDANT IMU IN THE MAGELLAN AND GALILEO MISSIONSRobert A. Baum, Gerald E. S. Morrison, and J. Kerry Hoskins53 - 70
TRAVELING ON THE CURVED EARTHAllen R. Miller, Ira S. Moskowitz, and Jeff Simmen71 - 78
ON THE OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIXThomas R. Metcalf and Frederic T. Metcalf79 - 88
ELECTROSTATICALLY FORCE-BALANCED SILICON ACCELEROMETERKeith Warren89 - 98
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-99 - 102
   Volume 38, Number 2 (Summer 1991)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
DESIGN AND FLIGHT TEST OF A DIFFERENTIAL GPS/INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR APPROACH/LANDING GUIDANCELawrence Vallot, Scott Snyder, Brian Schipper, Nigel Parker, and Cary Spitzer103 - 122
WIDE AREA DIFFERENTIAL GPSChangdon Kee, Bradford W. Parkinson, and Penina Axelrad123 - 146
HIGH-PRECISION REAL-TIME GPS POSITIONING CONCEPTS: MODELING AND RESULTSNicholas C. Talbot147 - 162
SATZAP: A NOVEL APPROACH TO GPS INTEGRITYKarl Kovach and Rob Conley163 - 190
A TOTALLY SOFTWARE APPROACH FOR AN INTEGRATED GPS/SATCOM RECEIVERPhilip Mattos and Mark Beach191 - 204
BARO-INERTIAL LOOP FOR THE USAF STANDARD RLG INUJ. Stanley Ausman205 - 220
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-221 - 224
   Volume 38, Number 3 (Fall 1991)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
AIR NAVIGATION TRAINING AT MATHER AIR FORCE BASE: SYNERGISM BETWEEN HUMANS AND MACHINESKevin S. C. Darnell225 - 234
NEW SITING TECHNIQUES FOR THE ILS GLIDE SLOPER. H. McFarland235 - 246
THE SOVIET VLF NAVIGATION SYSTEMBenjamin B. Peterson247 - 262
A NOVEL METHOD FOR EXTENDING GPS TO UNDERWATER APPLICATIONSJames W. Youngberg263 - 272
GPS INERTIAL ATTITUDE ESTIMATION VIA CARRIER ACCUMULATED - PHASE MEASUREMENTSHaywood S. Satz, Duncan B. Cox, Jr., Ronald L. Beard, and G. Paul Landis273 - 284
ADVANCING CELESTIAL CIRCLES OF POSITIONThomas R. Metcalf285 - 288
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM P-CODE VERSUS C/A-CODE GPS FOR RANGE TRACKING APPLICATIONSCarl E. Hoefener and Bob Van Wechel289 - 294
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-295 - 296
   Volume 38, Number 4 (Winter 1991)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
GPS INTERFEROMETRIC ATTITUDE AND HEADING DETERMINATION: INITIAL FLIGHT TEST RESULTSFrank van Graas and Michael Braasch297 - 316
THE APPLICATION OF GPS TO THE H-II ORBITING PLANEIsao Kawano, Yasufumi Wakabayashi, Tatsushi Izumi, Masatoshi Harigae, Masayuki Ikeuchi, and Hiroaki Maeda317 - 340
A RATE INTEGRATING FIBER OPTIC GYROJ. Mark, D. Tazartes, B. Fidric, and A. Cordova341 - 354
TECHNIQUES FOR OBSERVING STARLIGHT ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTIONRobert L. White355 - 358
TWO-WAVELENGTH OBSERVATIONS OF STELLAR SCINTILLATIONS FOR AUTONOMOUS SATELLITE NAVIGATIONAlexander S. Gurvich and Sergey V. Sokolovskiy359 - 366
THE ACCURACY OF NAVIGATION USING MAGNETIC DIPOLE BEACONSAngus P. Andrews367 - 382
TCAS IN THE 1990sJoseph Walsh and John Wojciech383 - 398
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-399 - 400
INDEX TO VOLUME 38-401 - 405
PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION NATIONAL TECHNICAL MEETING-406 - 409
PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION GPS-91-410 - 415
PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING-416 -