Kinematic GPS Precise Point Positioning for Sea Level Monitoring with GPS Buoy

Abstract

In this paper, the basic precise point positioning model has been reviewed. A recursive least square algorithm that separates the position coordinates and other parameters, such as ambiguities and tropospheric delays, is proposed for kinematic PPP applications. A test was carried out to test the method proposed in this paper, which made use of a GPS buoy equipped with a pressure and a tilt meter to monitor the sea level in Hong Kong. The initial results from kinematic PPP positioning compared with conventional kinematic positioning methods shows th

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W. Chen, C. Hu, Z. Li, Y. Chen, X. Ding, S. Gao and S. Ji, "Kinematic GPS Precise Point Positioning for Sea Level Monitoring with GPS Buoy," Positioning, Vol. 1 No. 8, 2004, pp. -.

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