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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 52
Published: 2005

   Volume 52, Number 1 (Spring 2005)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
Navigation Error Analysis of Atom Interferometer Inertial SensorChristopher Jekeli1 - 14
Estimation of Satellite-Based Augmentation System Grid Size at Low Latitudes in the Indian ZoneA. Paul, S. K. Chakraborty, A. Das, and A. DasGupta15 - 22
High-Accuracy DGPS and Precise Point Positioning Based on Ohio CORS NetworkPawel Wielgosz, Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, and Israel Kashani23 - 28
Influence of Pseudorange Accuracy on Phase Ambiguity Resolution in Various GPS Modernization ScenariosDennis Milbert29 - 38
Single-Epoch Weighting Adjustment of GPS Phase ObservablesJoz Wu and Tien-fu Yeh39 - 48
   Volume 52, Number 2 (Summer 2005)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
Sensitivity and Performance Analysis of Doppler-Aided GPS Carrier-Tracking LoopsDemoz Gebre-Egziabher, Alireza Razavi, Per K. Enge, Jennifer Gautier, Sam Pullen, Boris S. Pervan and Dennis M. Akos49 - 60
Effects of Multipath and Signal Blockage on GPS Navigation in the Vicinity of the International Space Station (ISS)David E. Gaylor, E. Glenn Lightsey, and Kevin W. Key61 - 70
A Comparison of Direct Radio Frequency Sampling and Conventional GNSS Receiver ArchitecturesMark L. Psiaki, Dennis M. Akos, and Jonas Thor71 - 82
GPS Signal-to-Noise Measurement in Weak Signal and High-Interference EnvironmentsPaul D. Groves83 - 94
A Note on the Group Delay and Phase Advance Phenomenon Associated with GPS Signal Propagation through the IonosphereJong-Hoon Won and Ja-Sung Lee95 - 98
On the Reliability of Integer Ambiguity ResolutionS. Verhagen99 - 110
Improved Knight Method Based on Narrowed Search Space for Instantaneous GPS Attitude DeterminationYong Li, Kefei Zhang, and Ron Grenfell111 - 120
   Volume 52, Number 3 (Fall 2005)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
Corrections to “Influence of Pseudorange Accuracy on Phase Ambiguity Resolution in Various GPS Modernization Scenarios”Dennis Milbert121 - 122
The Beidou Satellite Positioning System and Its Positioning AccuracyShaofeng Bian, Jihang Jin, and Zhaobao Fang123 - 130
Thermal Force Modeling for Precise Prediction and Determination of Spacecraft OrbitsSima Adhya, Marek Ziebart, Ant Sibthorpe, Peter Arrowsmith, and Paul Cross131 - 144
Development of Multipath Error Budgets for JPALS Ground Station ReceiversJan P. Weiss, Steve Anderson, and Penina Axelrad145 - 154
Error and Availability Analysis of Category IIIb LAAS Augmented by Radar AltimeterCurtis A. Shively and Thomas T. Hsiao155 - 162
TOA/FOA Geolocation Solutions Using Multivariate ResultantsJeff Mason and Louis Romero163 - 178
Interpolating Residual Zenith Tropospheric Delays for Improved Regional Area Differential GPS PositioningYi Zheng and Yanming Feng179 - 188
   Volume 52, Number 4 (Winter 2005)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
Terrain-Referenced Positioning Using Airborne Laser ScannerJacob Campbell, Maarten Uijt De Haag, and Frank van Graas189 - 198
Investigating GPS Signals Indoors with Extreme High-Sensitivity Detection TechniquesRobert Watson, Gérard Lachapelle, Richard Klukas, Seppo Turunen, Samuli Pietilä, and Ismo Halivaara199 - 214
The Impact of Measurement Biases on Availability for Category III LAASJason H. Rife and Sam P. Pullen215 - 228
Maximum-Likelihood GPS Parameter EstimationIlir F. Progri, Matthew C. Bromberg, and William R. Michalson229 - 238
Toward Instantaneous Network-Based Real-Time Kinematic GPS over 100 km DistanceIsrael Kashani, Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, and Pawel Wielgosz239 - 245