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A Simulation Study on Triple Frequency Ambiguity Resolution for Reference Stations Using Different Strategy Regarding Elevation angles

Abstract : This paper proposes an ambiguity resolution method using triple frequency for reference stations. Using the reference coordinate information, geometry based ambiguity resolution performance is analysed. Although orbit errors and tropospheric model errors still remain, wide lane ambiguity could be fixed in several epochs. However, the narrow lane wave length of about 10cm is too short to overcome error sources by simply combining the measurement. Therefore, we have divided the elevation angle into 5 degree intervals and investigated the measurement errors and the time to fix of each section. For high elevation satellites, it is possible to determine in several epochs by integer rounding. On the other hand, if the elevation is lower than 30 degrees, the tropospheric zenith delay must be estimated with ambiguities. The proposed algorithm estimates ambiguities and tropospheric zenith delay simultaneously utilizing ambiguity free observations of high elevation satellites. Ambiguities for high elevation satellites are resolved by integer rounding in several epochs. The algorithm has been verified by generating the simulated observation data for the ‘Cheon-an’ and ‘Boen’ reference stations in the Korea.
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Sun-Kyoung Yu, Dong-Uk Kim, Junesol Song, Changdon Kee. A Simulation Study on Triple Frequency Ambiguity Resolution for Reference Stations Using Different Strategy Regarding Elevation angles. IS GNSS 2018, International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite System, Nov 2018, Bali, Indonesia. pp.01024, ⟨10.1051/e3sconf/20199401024⟩. ⟨hal-02167233⟩

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