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Removing day-boundary discontinuities on GNSS clock estimates: methodology and results

Author
Rovira-Garcia, A.; Juan, J.; Sanz, J.; Gonzalez-Casado, G.; Ventura, J.; Cacciapuoti, L.; Schoenemann, E.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Gps solutions
Date of publication
2021-04
Volume
25
Number
2
First page
35/1
Last page
35/12
DOI
10.1007/s10291-021-01085-3
Project funding
Development of an integrated global navigation satellite system/inertial navigation system for autonomous navigation of vehicles at a global scale
High Accuracy Navigation under Scintillation Conditions
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/335589 Open in new window
URL
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10291-021-01085-3 Open in new window
Abstract
Global navigation satellite system (GNSS) satellites are equipped with very stable atomic clocks that can be used for assess-ing the models and strategies involved in the estimation processes, where the clock estimates should present high stability. For instance, GNSS products (including satellite and receiver clocks) are computed on daily basis, i.e., with the data of each day being processed independently from other days. This choice produces the well-known day-boundary discontinuities (DBDs) ...
Citation
Rovira-Garcia, A. [et al.]. Removing day-boundary discontinuities on GNSS clock estimates: methodology and results. "Gps solutions", Abril 2021, vol. 25, núm. 2, p. 35/1-35/12.
Keywords
Clock stability, Global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), Integer ambiguity resolution (IAR), International GNSS service (IGS)
Group of research
gAGE - Research Group of Astronomy and Geomatics

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