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GPS For Ionospheric Sensing: Space and Ground Based

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E. A. Essex, is a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics at La Trobe University. She obtained a PhD in Space Physics from the University of New England. Since obtaining her doctorate, she has worked overseas at the University of the West Indies, and also at the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Massachusetts. Currently she is the leader of the GPS Space Science project for the Australian satellite FedSat.

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The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

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E. Essex, "GPS For Ionospheric Sensing: Space and Ground Based," Positioning, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2002, pp. -.

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[1] Essex, E.A., Birsa, R. Shilo, N.M., Thomas, R.M., Cervera, M.A. and Breed, A.M. Global Positioning System signals under solar maximum conditions, SatNav 2001. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Satellite Navigation Technology and Applications. Eds. K. Kubik and N. Talbot, Canberra, Australia, 24-27July, 2001(a). CDROM.
[2] Essex, E.A., Birsa, R. Shilo, N.M., Thomas, R.M., Cervera, M.A. and Breed, A.M. Scintillation effects on Global Positioning Signals under solar maximum conditions, Invited paper. Proceedings of the International Beacon Satellite Symposium. Ed. P. Doherty. Boston, USA, June 4-6, 2001(b). CD Rom

  
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