Modeling and Assessment of GPS/BDS Combined Precise Point Positioning
AbstractPrecise Point Positioning (PPP) technique enables stand-alone receivers to obtain cm-level positioning accuracy. Observations from multi-GNSS systems can augment users with improved positioning accuracy, reliability and availability. In this paper, we present and evaluate the GPS/BDS combined PPP models, including the traditional model and a simplified model, where the inter-system bias (ISB) is treated in different way. To evaluate the performance of combined GPS/BDS PPP, kinematic and static PPP positions are compared to the IGS daily estimates, where 1 month GPS/BDS data of 11 IGS Multi-GNSS Experiment (MGEX) stations are used. The results indicate apparent improvement of GPS/BDS combined PPP solutions in both static and kinematic cases, where much smaller standard deviations are presented in the magnitude distribution of coordinates RMS statistics. Comparisons between the traditional and simplified combined PPP models show no difference in coordinate estimations, and the inter system biases between the GPS/BDS system are assimilated into receiver clock, ambiguities and pseudo-range residuals accordingly. View Full-Text
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Chen, J.; Wang, J.; Zhang, Y.; Yang, S.; Chen, Q.; Gong, X. Modeling and Assessment of GPS/BDS Combined Precise Point Positioning. Sensors 2016, 16, 1151.
Chen J, Wang J, Zhang Y, Yang S, Chen Q, Gong X. Modeling and Assessment of GPS/BDS Combined Precise Point Positioning. Sensors. 2016; 16(7):1151.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chen, Junping; Wang, Jungang; Zhang, Yize; Yang, Sainan; Chen, Qian; Gong, Xiuqiang. 2016. "Modeling and Assessment of GPS/BDS Combined Precise Point Positioning." Sensors 16, no. 7: 1151.
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