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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 44
Published: 1997

   Volume 44, Number 1 (Spring 1997)
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THE LUNAR DISTANCE METHOD IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: A SIMULATION OF JOSHUA SLOCUM'S OBSERVATION ON JUNE 16, 1896Siebren Y. Van der Werf1 - 14
THE DIRECT FIX OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE FROM TWO OBSERVED ALTITUDESStanley W. Gery15 - 24
ANALYTICAL DERIVATION OF MAXIMUM TOLERABLE IN-BAND INTERFERENCE LEVELS FOR AVIATION APPLICATIONS OF GNSSChristopher J. Hegarty25 - 34
WAAS RECEIVER CARRIER TRACKING LOOP AND DATA DEMODULATION PERFORMANCE IN THE PRESENCE OF WIDEBAND INTERFERENCEBernard A. Schnaufer and Gary A. McGraw35 - 42
ESTIMATION OF MULTIPATH ERROR IN GPS PSEUDORANGE MEASUREMENTSK. Breivik, B. Forssell, C. Kee, P. Enge, and T. Walter43 - 52
QUALITY CONTROL ALGORITHMS ON WAAS WIDE-AREA REFERENCE STATIONSChangdon Kee, Todd Walter, Per Enge, and Bradford Parkinson53 - 62
WAAS MESSAGING SYSTEM: DATA RATE, CAPACITY, AND FORWARD ERROR CORRECTIONPer Enge63 - 76
DESCRIPTION AND ASSESSMENT OF REAL-TIME ALGORITHMS TO ESTIMATE THE IONOSPHERIC ERROR BOUNDS FOR WAASRobert S.Conker, M. Bakry El-Arini, Thomas W. Albertson, John A. Klobuchar, and Patricia H. Doherty77 - 88
ANALYSIS OF DIRECT P(Y)-CODE ACQUISITIONJ. B. Lozow89 - 98
LATENCY COMPENSATION FOR DIFFERENTIAL GPSJ. Farrell, M. Djodat, M. Barth, and M. Grewal99 - 132
   Volume 44, Number 2 (Summer 1997)
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WELCOME TO THE MACHINE: AN OVERVIEW OF GPS MASTER CONTROL STATION ANOMALY DETECTION AND RESOLUTION TECHNIQUESJeffrey D. Crum and Ronald T. Smetek, Jr.133 - 152
TRANSITIONING THE GPS OPERATIONAL CONTROL SEGMENT TO A MODERN ARCHITECTURED. Haerr, L. Harmon, and A. Bokelman153 - 162
OPTIMIZATION OF A STRAPDOWN ATTITUDE ALGORITHM FOR A STOCHASTIC MOTIONValery Z. Gusinsky, Vladmir M. Lesyuchevsky, Yury A. Litmanovich, Howard Musoff, and George Schmidt163 - 170
INCORPORATION OF ORBITAL DYNAMICS TO IMPROVE WIDE-AREA DIFFERENTIAL GPSJuan Ceva, Willy Bertiger, Ronald Muellerschoen, Thomas Yunck and Bradford Parkinson171 - 180
EXPLORING THE LIMITS OF GPS-BASED PRECISE ORBIT DETERMINATIONGeorge W. Davis181 - 194
A COMBINED FILTER FOR GPS-BASED ATTITUDE AND BASELINE ESTIMATIONLisa M. Ward and Penina Axelrad195 - 214
CARRIER DIFFERENTIAL GPS FOR REAL-TIME CONTROL OF LARGE FLEXIBLE STRUCTURESE. Harrison Teague, Jonathan P. How, and Bradford W. Parkinson215 - 230
DGPS KINEMATIC CARRIER PHASE SIGNAL SIMULATION ANALYSIS FOR PRECISE VELOCITY AND POSITION DETERMINATIONM. Elizabeth Cannon, Gerard Lachapelle, Michael C. Szarmes, Jeffrey M. Hebert, James Keith, and Scott Jokerst231 - 246
A NEW APPROACH FOR FIELD CALIBRATION OF ABSOLUTE GPS ANTENNA PHASE CENTER VARIATIONSGerhard Wubbena, Martin Schmitz, Falko Menge, Gunter Seeber, and Christof Volksen247 - 256
AMBIGUITY RECOVERY FOR LONG-RANGE GPS KINEMATIC POSITIONINGShaowei Han257 - 290
   Volume 44, Number 3 (Fall 1997)
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GLONASS PERFORMANCE, 1995-1997, AND GPS-GLONASS INTEROPERABILITY ISSUESGerald L. Cook291 - 300
IMU IN-MOTION ALIGNMENT WITHOUT BENEFIT OF ATTITUDE INITIALIZATIONR. M. Rogers301 - 312
KINEMATIC DGPS AND INS HYBRIDIZATION FOR PRECISE TRAJECTORY DETERMINATIONA. Masson, D. Burtin, and M. Sebe313 - 322
THE NORTH FINDING MODULELawrence W. Stimac, John R. Washburn, and Gregory S. Routson323 - 328
THEORY AND PERFORMANCE PREDICTION FOR CONTINUOUS VECTOR GRAVIMETRY BASED ON A DGPS AUGMENTED RATE BIAS INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEM AND A STAR TRACKERUlrich Mangold329 - 346
THE EFFECT OF EARTH'S GRAVITY ON PRECISE, SHORT-TERM, 3-D FREE-INERTIAL NAVIGATIONChristopher Jekeli347 - 358
GPS AUGMENTATION WITH PSEUDOLITES FOR NAVIGATION IN CONSTRICTED WATERWAYST. Morley and G. Lachapelle359 - 372
PERFORMANCE OF THE LAMBDA METHOD FOR FAST GPS AMBIGUITY RESOLUTIONP. J. Teunissen, P. J. De Jonge, C. C. J. M. Tiberius373 - 400
   Volume 44, Number 4 (Winter 1997)
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THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUSArne B. Molander401 - 410
DESCRIPTION OF THE FAA'S LOCAL AREA AUGMENTATION SYSTEM (LAAS)Ronald Braff411 - 424
SOLUTION OF THE TWO-FAILURE GPS RAIM PROBLEM UNDER WORST-CASE BIAS CONDITIONS: PARITY SPACE APPROACHR. Grover Brown425 - 432
A REAL-TIME WIDE AREA DIFFERENTIAL GPS SYSTEMW. I. Bertiger, Y. E. Bar-Sever, B. J. Haines, B. A. Iijima, S. M. Lichten, U. J. Lindqwister, A. J. Mannucci, R. J. Muellerschoen, T. N. Munson, A. W. Moore, L. J. Romans, B. D. Wilson, S. C. Wu, T. P. Yunck, G. Piesinger, and M. Whitehead433 - 448
CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS OF PRECISE GPS CLOCK SOLUTIONS EVERY 30 SECONDSJ. F. Zumberge, M. M. Watkins, and F. H. Webb449 - 456
GEOMETRY OPTIMIZATION OF A GPS-BASED NAVIGATION REFERENCE SYSTEMM. Pachter and J. B. McKay457 - 470
KINEMATIC POSITIONING WITH GPS CARRIER PHASES BY TWO TYPES OF WIDE LANINGJ. Wu and S.-G. Lin471 - 478
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF GPS SINGLE-EPOCH ON-THE-FLY AMBIGUITY RESOLUTIONY. M. Al-Haifi, S. J. Corbett, and P. A. Cross479 - 488
IONOSPHERE EFFECTS AT THE NANOSECOND LEVEL OBSERVED IN COMMON-VIEW TIME TRANSFERRobin P. Giffard489 - 496
COMMENTS ON "SUMMARY OF RTCA SC-159 GPS INTEGRITY WORKING GROUP ACTIVITIESJames L. Farrell and Frank van Graas497 - 498
AUTHORS' REPLY TO COMMENTS ON "SUMMARY OF RTCA SC-159 GPS INTEGRITY WORKING GROUP ACTIVITIESYoung Lee, Karen Van Dyke, Bruce DeCleene, John Studenny, and Martin Beckmann499 - 500