High Precision Navigation: Integration of Navigational and Geodetic Methods Proceedings of an International Workshop by K. Linkiwitz

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Overview articles. Satellite techniques. Topographic applications. Image Processing. Close range mensuration.

Inertial techniques. Author: K. Linkwitz, U. Hangleiter. GPS-supported aerial triangulation - Empirical results 7 G. Joos, E.W.

Grafarend Relativistic computation of geodetic satellite orbits 19 R. Kurz GPS-measurement and system analysis for orientation determination of a platform 31 G.

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In Fig. 1, the Allan Deviations for a number of precision frequency sources have been slope of − indicates white frequency noise typically found in the signal generated by atomic oscillators.

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