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Development of Virtual Reference Station in Kinematic Schemes of Geodetic GPS Network Using the Method of Maximum Informative Zone

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The factual data on error of positioning in VRS GPS networks have been analyzed, where the mobile receiver is provided with VRS. The method of highly informative zone is suggested for removal of initial vagueness in selection of reference stations for purposes of development of VRS on the basis of minimum GPS network, composed of three reference stations. The recommendations on use of suggested method are given.

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A. Shafayat Mehdiyev, R. Ahmed Eminov and H. Hamid Asadov, "Development of Virtual Reference Station in Kinematic Schemes of Geodetic GPS Network Using the Method of Maximum Informative Zone," Positioning, Vol. 4 No. 4, 2013, pp. 267-270. doi: 10.4236/pos.2013.44026.

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