Nominal GNSS pseudorange measurement model for vehicular urban applications

Abstract : Certain GNSS applications conceived for road users in urban scenarios must meet some particular integrity requirements to assure the system safety, reliability or credibility. For instance, GNSS-based Road User Charging is one of these applications that recently has attracted special interest. A correct design of such applications needs the knowledge of the GNSS error distribution. Furthermore, the GNSS error model should have been built with overbounding techniques. The user is a vehicle equipped with a GNSS receiver that may track different signals of various systems (GPS, Galileo, SBAS), in a single- or dual-frequency configuration. The different error sources contributing to the total pseudorange error are identified, analyzed and modeled, using overbounding techniques when necessary. Finally the pseudorange measurement error model is obtained and analyzed for different receiver configurations.
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IEEE/ION PLANS 2010, Position Location and Navigation Symposium, May 2010, Indian Wells, United States. pp 806-815, 2010, 〈10.1109/PLANS.2010.5507319〉
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Daniel Salós, Christophe Macabiau, Anaïs Martineau, Bernard Bonhoure, Damien Kubrak. Nominal GNSS pseudorange measurement model for vehicular urban applications. IEEE/ION PLANS 2010, Position Location and Navigation Symposium, May 2010, Indian Wells, United States. pp 806-815, 2010, 〈10.1109/PLANS.2010.5507319〉. 〈hal-01022507〉

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