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  1. The integer least squares (ILS) estimation is commonly used for carrier phase ambiguity resolution (AR). More recently, the best integer equivariant (BIE) estimation has also attracted an attention for complex...

    Authors: Ying Liu, Wanke Liu, Xiaohong Zhang, Yantao Liang, Xianlu Tao and Liye Ma
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:12
  2. High-quality spatial atmospheric delay correction information is essential for achieving fast integer ambiguity resolution (AR) in precise positioning. However, traditional real-time precise positioning framew...

    Authors: Hongjin Xu, Xingyu Chen, Jikun Ou and Yunbin Yuan
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:13
  3. The new Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) satellites, including GLONASS, Galileo, and BeiDou system, are equipped with Laser Retroreflector Arrays (LRA) to support Satellite Laser Ranging (SLR) trackin...

    Authors: Xingxing Li, Jiaqing Lou, Yongqiang Yuan, Jiaqi Wu and Keke Zhang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:10
  4. A Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellation augmenting satellite navigation is important in the future development of Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS). GNSS augmented by LEO constellations can improve not o...

    Authors: Yuanxi Yang, Yue Mao, Xia Ren, Xiaolin Jia and Bijiao Sun
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:11
  5. Integer Ambiguity Resolution (IAR) can significantly improve the accuracy of GNSS Precise Orbit Determination (POD). Traditionally, the IAR in POD is achieved at the Double Differenced (DD) level. In this cont...

    Authors: Jiaqi Wu, Xingxing Li, Yongqiang Yuan, Keke Zhang, Xin Li, Jiaqing Lou and Yun Xiong
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:8
  6. Floor localization is crucial for various applications such as emergency response and rescue, indoor positioning, and recommender systems. The existing floor localization systems have many drawbacks, like low ...

    Authors: Fuqiang Gu, Fangming Guo, Fangwen Yu, Xianlei Long, Chao Chen, Kai Liu, Xuke Hu, Jianga Shang and Songtao Guo
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:6
  7. As global temperature rises, the frequency of extreme climate events, e.g., severe droughts and floods, has increased significantly and caused severe damage over the past years. To this regard, precipitation e...

    Authors: Hai Zhu, Kejie Chen, Haishan Chai, Yuanbin Ye and Wenjian Liu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2024 5:1
  8. In-field Sound Speed Profile (SSP) measurement is still indispensable for achieving centimeter-level-precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-Acoustic (GNSS-A) positioning in current state of the ar...

    Authors: Shuqiang Xue, Baojin Li, Zhen Xiao, Yue Sun and Jingsen Li
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:30
  9. The Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) positioning method of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) has been widely used for landslide monitoring. The stability of its reference station is crucial to obtain accu...

    Authors: Duo Wang, Guanwen Huang, Yuan Du, Qin Zhang, Zhengwei Bai and Jing Tian
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:29
  10. The Haiyang-2D altimetry mission of China is one of the first Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites that can receive new B1C/B2a signals from the BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite System (BDS-3) for Precise Orbit Deter...

    Authors: Kecai Jiang, Wenwen Li, Min Li, Jianghui Geng, Haixia Lyu, Qile Zhao and Jingnan Liu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:28
  11. Low-cost Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) devices offer a cost-effective alternative to traditional GNSS systems, making GNSS technology accessible to a wider range of applications. Nevertheless, low-...

    Authors: Xingxing Li, Hailong Gou, Xin Li, Zhiheng Shen, Hongbo Lyu, Yuxuan Zhou, Hao Wang and Qian Zhang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:26
  12. In order to facilitate high-precision and real-time Precise Point Positioning (PPP), the International GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) Service (IGS), BDS-3 (BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite System), and...

    Authors: Haojun Li, Danzeng Luojie and Huimin Ding
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:23
  13. Aiming at the problem that the traditional inter-system double-difference model is not suitable for non-overlapping signal frequencies, we propose a new inter-system double-difference model with single differe...

    Authors: Wenhao Zhao, Genyou Liu, Ming Gao, Bo Zhang, Shengjun Hu and Minghui Lyu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:22
  14. Ice, snow, and liquid water on the surface of the Earth exert downward force onto the solid earth and deform the lithosphere typically in seasonal timescale. Space techniques, such as Global Navigation Satelli...

    Authors: Kosuke Heki and Shuanggen Jin
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:24
  15. To meet the demands for the data combination with multiple space geodetic techniques at the observation level, we developed a new software platform with high extensibility and computation efficiency, named spa...

    Authors: Chuang Shi, Shiwei Guo, Lei Fan, Shengfeng Gu, Xinqi Fang, Linghao Zhou, Tao Zhang, Zhen Li, Min Li, Wenwen Li, Cheng Wang and Yidong Lou
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:18
  16. Single receiver positioning has been widely used as a standard and standalone positioning technique for about 25 years. To detect the slowly growing faults caused by satellite and receiver clocks in single rec...

    Authors: Zhangjun Yu, Qiuzhao Zhang, Shubi Zhang, Nanshan Zheng and Keqiang Liu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:20
  17. The Wide-Lane (WL) and Narrow-Lane (NL) Uncalibrated Phase Delays (UPDs) are the prerequisites in the traditional Precise Point Positioning (PPP) Ambiguity Resolution (AR). As the generation mechanism of vario...

    Authors: Ping Zeng, Zhetao Zhang, Yuanlan Wen, Xiufeng He, Lina He, Muzi Li and Wu Chen
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:19
  18. Previous studies have not evaluated the systematic errors implied in the third generation of BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite System (BDS-3) broadcast ephemeris. In this paper we evaluate the systematic pattern d...

    Authors: Min Li, Jiangnan Zhang, Guo Chen, Liang Chen and Qile Zhao
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:16
  19. Knowledge of the spatial distribution of interseismic deformations is essential to better understand earthquake cycles. The existing methods for improving the reliability of the obtained deformations often rel...

    Authors: Hongzhi Liu, Lei Xie, Guoqiang Zhao, Eslam Ali and Wenbin Xu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:14
  20. Tropospheric delay is a major error caused by atmospheric refraction in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning. The study evaluates the potential of the European Centre for Medium-range Weather ...

    Authors: Ifechukwu Ugochukwu Nzelibe, Herbert Tata and Timothy Oluwadare Idowu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:15
  21. Visual-Inertial Odometry (VIO) has been developed from Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) as a low-cost and versatile sensor fusion approach and attracted increasing attention in ground vehicle posit...

    Authors: Tong Hua, Ling Pei, Tao Li, Jie Yin, Guoqing Liu and Wenxian Yu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:13
  22. None-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) signals denote Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals received indirectly from satellites and could result in unacceptable positioning errors. To meet the high mission-crit...

    Authors: Lintong Li, Mireille Elhajj, Yuxiang Feng and Washington Yotto Ochieng
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:12
  23. The Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites can be used to effectively speed up Precise Point Positioning (PPP) convergence. In this study, 180 LEO satellites with a global distribution are simulated to evaluate thei...

    Authors: Ju Hong, Rui Tu, Pengfei Zhang, Rui Zhang, Junqiang Han, Lihong Fan, Siyao Wang and Xiaochun Lu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:11
  24. To provide backup and supplementation for the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), Doppler shift from Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites can be used as signals of opportunity to provide positioning, naviga...

    Authors: Fei Guo, Yan Yang, Fujian Ma, Yifan Zhu, Hang Liu and Xiaohong Zhang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:9
  25. A new Precise Point Positioning (PPP) service, called the PPP-B2b service, has been implemented in the BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite System (BDS-3), which brings new opportunities for time transfer. However, t...

    Authors: Yulong Ge, Qing Wang, Yong Wang, Daqian Lyu, Xinyun Cao, Fei Shen and Xiaolin Meng
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:8
  26. Civilian services of Global Navigation Satellite System are threatened by spoofing attacks since it is hard to determine the authenticity of a navigation signal with a detailed structure open to the public. Si...

    Authors: Muzi Yuan, Xiaomei Tang and Gang Ou
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:6
  27. To improve the accuracy of the Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) based quadrotor aircraft localization, a Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filter aided with an integration of the predictive model and Extreme Learning Machine...

    Authors: Yuan Xu, Dong Wan, Shuhui Bi, Hang Guo and Yuan Zhuang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:2
  28. To achieve higher automation level of vehicles defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers, safety is a key requirement affecting navigation accuracy. We apply Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) as a main ...

    Authors: Kaiwei Chiang, Yuting Chiu, Surachet Srinara and Menglun Tsai
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:3
  29. Unmanned clusters can realize collaborative work, flexible configuration, and efficient operation, which has become an important development trend of unmanned platforms. Cluster positioning is important for en...

    Authors: Zhongliang Deng, Hang Qi, Chengfeng Wu, Enwen Hu and Runmin Wang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2023 4:1
  30. The PPP–RTK method, which combines the concepts of Precise of Point Positioning (PPP) and Real-Time Kinematic (RTK), is proposed to provide a centimeter-accuracy positioning service for an unlimited number of ...

    Authors: Xingxing Li, Jiaxin Huang, Xin Li, Zhiheng Shen, Junjie Han, Linyang Li and Bo Wang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:28
  31. Tropospheric delay is an important factor affecting high precision Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) positioning and also the basic data for GNSS atmospheric research. However, the existing tropospheri...

    Authors: Ge Zhu, Liangke Huang, Yunzhen Yang, Junyu Li, Lv Zhou and Lilong Liu
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:27
  32. Several Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) fingerprint datasets based on Received Signal Strength (RSS) have been shared for indoor localization. However, they can’t meet all the demands of WiFi RSS-based localization. ...

    Authors: Jingxue Bi, Yunjia Wang, Baoguo Yu, Hongji Cao, Tongguang Shi and Lu Huang
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:25
  33. Ionospheric delay modeling is not only important for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) based space weather study and monitoring, but also an efficient tool to speed up the convergence time of Precise P...

    Authors: Shengfeng Gu, Chengkun Gan, Chengpeng He, Haixia Lyu, Manuel Hernandez-Pajares, Yidong Lou, Jianghui Geng and Qile Zhao
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:24
  34. Geodetic applications of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites requires accurate satellite orbits. Instead of using onboard Global Navigation Satellite System observations, this contribution treats the LEO satellit...

    Authors: Xingchi He, Urs Hugentobler, Anja Schlicht, Yufeng Nie and Bingbing Duan
    Citation: Satellite Navigation 2022 3:22

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