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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 41
Published: 1994

   Volume 41, Number 1 (Spring 1994)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) FOR PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING WITH GNSS APPLICATIONR. J. Kelly and J. M. Davis1 - 30
WHAT ARE VESSEL TRAFFIC SERVICES AND WHAT CAN THEY REALLY DO?W. Young31 - 56
INTERFEROMETRIC GPS FLIGHT REFERENCE/AUTOLAND SYSTEM: FLIGHT TEST RESULTSFrank van Graas, David W. Diggle, and Richard M. Hueschen57 - 82
FLIGHT TESTS OF ATTITUDE DETERMINATION USING GPS COMPARED AGAINST AN INERTIAL NAVIGATION UNITClark E. Cohen, Bradford W. Parkinson, and B. David McNally83 - 98
PRECISION STRIKE CONCEPTS EXPLOITING RELATIVE GPS TECHNIQUESGeorge Schmidt and Roy Setterlund99 - 112
NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR LORAN-C SKYWAVE ESTIMATIONYi Bian and David Last113 - 126
   Volume 41, Number 2 (Summer 1994)
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PERFORMANCE OF CATEGORY IIIB AUTOMATIC LANDINGS USING C/A-CODE TRACKING DIFFERENTIAL GPSStephen V. Rowson, Glenn R. Courtney, and Richard M. Hueschen127 - 144
REAL-TIME FLIGHT TESTING USING INTEGRITY BEACONS FOR GPS CATEGORY III PRECISION LANDINGClark E. Cohen, Boris S. Pervan, David G. Lawrence, H. Stewart Cobb, J. David Powell, and Bradford W. Parkinson145 - 158
INTEGRITY MONITORING FOR PRECISION APPROACH USING KINEMATIC GPS AND A GROUND-BASED PSEUDOLITEBoris S. Pervan, Clark E. Cohen, and Bradford W. Parkinson159 - 174
REAL-TIME ON-THE-FLY KINEMATIC GPS SYSTEM RESULTSSally L. Frodge, Stephen R. DeLoach, Benjamin Remondi, Dariusz Lapucha, and Richard A. Barker175 - 186
DEMONSTRATION OF GPS AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE OF AIRCRAFT USING SPONTANEOUS MODE S BROADCAST MESSAGESE. T. Bayliss, R. E. Boisvert, and G. H. Knittel187 - 206
PILOTING WITH CELESTIAL ALGORITHMSThomas R. Metcalf and Frederic T. Metcalf207 - 214
FUTURE LUNAR LANDING NAVIGATION SCHEMES, WITH EMPHASIS ON PRECISION LANDINGSDan G. Tuckness215 - 228
BYLAWS-229 - 250
   Volume 41, Number 3 (Fall 1994)
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MINIMIZING ERRORS IN CELESTIAL POSITIONINGPaul F. Ross251 - 264
THE DEFENSE MAPPING AGENCY GPS TRACKING NETWORKBen Roth and Brent Renfro265 - 276
SIGNAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GPS USER ANTENNASBruce R. Schulper, Roger L. Allshouse, and Thomas A. Clark277 - 296
FEDERATED KALMAN FILTER SIMULATION RESULTSNeal A. Carlson and Michael P. Berarducci297 - 322
GPS SYSTEM INTEGRATION AND FIELD APPROACHES IN PRECISION FARMINGG. Lachapelle, M. E. Cannon, H. Gehue, T. W. Goddard, and D. C. Penney323 - 336
GPS ORBIT DETERMINATION FOR THE EXTREME ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORERKenn Gold, Willy Bertiger, Sien Wu, Tom Yunck, Ron Muellerschoen, and George Born337 - 352
AVAILABILITY ASSESSMENT OF ALTERNATIVE CATEGORY I PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM ARCHITECTURESKelly R. Markin, Peter J. Wroblewski, T. Thomas Hsiao, and Walter A. Poor353 - 366
   Volume 41, Number 4 (Winter 1994)
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GPS RECEIVER RF INTERFERENCE MONITORING, MITIGATION, AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUESPhilip W. Ward367 - 392
COMPARISON OF REAL-TIME IONOSPHERIC ALGORITHMS FOR A GPS WIDE-AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM (WAAS)M. Bakry El-Arini, Robert S. Conker, Thomas W. Albertson, James K. Reagan, John A. Klobuchar, and Patricia H. Doherty393 - 414
ISOLATION OF GPS MULTIPATH AND RECEIVER TRACKING ERRORSMichael S. Braasch415 - 434
1993 AT-SEA EVALUATION OF ECDISI. M. Gonin and M. K. Dowd435 - 450
AN OPERATIONAL TEST OF A VEHICLE EMERGENCY LOCATION SERVICE IN COLORADOAlison Brown, Jeremy Siviter, and John Kiljan451 - 462
ANALYSES SUPPORTING FAA DECISIONS MADE DURING THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUPPLEMENTAL GPS AVIONICS REQUIREMENTSJames JP Fernow and Young C. Lee463 - 478
ON ESTIMATING MAP MODEL ERRORS AND GPS POSITION ERRORS: APPLYING MORE SCIENCE TO THE ART OF NAVIGATIONPeter Kielland and Tony Tubman479 - 500
INDEX TO VOLUME 41-501 -
INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION BYLAWS-507 -