GPS measurement


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  • GPS/INS — refers to the use of GPS satellite signals to correct or calibrate a solution from an Inertial Navigation System (INS). Inertial navigation systems usually can only provide an accurate solution for a short period of time. The INS accelerometers… …   Wikipedia

  • GPS signals — Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites broadcast radio signals to enable GPS receivers to determine location and synchronized time. Anatomy of a GPS signal GPS signals include ranging signals, used to measure the distance to the satellite,… …   Wikipedia

  • GPS modernization — The United States Global Positioning System (GPS), having reached Fully Operational Capability on July 171995 [ [ Global Positioning System Fully Operational ] ] completed its original design goals …   Wikipedia

  • Dilution of precision (GPS) — This article pertains to the Global Positioning System. For the connotation pertaining to computer graphics, see dilution of precision (computer graphics). Dilution of precision (DOP), or geometric dilution of precision (GDOP), is a term used in… …   Wikipedia

  • Monitoring and Measurement in the Next Generation Technologies — (MOMENT) is a project aimed at integrating different platforms for network monitoring and measurement to develop a common and open pan European infrastructure. The system will include both passive and active monitoring and measurement techniques… …   Wikipedia

  • Differential GPS — Transportable DGPS reference station Baseline HD by CLAAS for use in satellite assisted steering systems in modern agriculture Differential Global Positioning System (DGPS) is an enhancement to Global Positioning System that provides improved… …   Wikipedia

  • Differential GPS post-processing — Post processing is used in Differential GPS to obtain precise positions of unknown points by relating them to known points such as survey markers.Differential GPS post processingThe GPS measurements are usually stored in computer memory in the… …   Wikipedia

  • Inertial measurement unit — An inertial measurement unit, or IMU, is the main component of inertial guidance systems used in air , space , and watercraft, including guided missiles. An IMU works by sensing motion including the type, rate, and direction of that motion using… …   Wikipedia

  • Space Integrated GPS/INS (SIGI) — is a strapdown Inertial Navigation Unit (INU) developed and built by Honeywell International to control and stabilize spacecraft during missions. It has integrated global positioning/inertial navigation to provide three navigation solutions: Pure …   Wikipedia

  • Global Precipitation Measurement — GPM déployé Caractéristiques Organisation N …   Wikipédia en Français

  • gpm —    , gps    customary symbols for gallons per minute (gal/min) and gallons per second (gal/s), traditional units for measuring the flow of liquids. 1 gpm equals about 3.785 41 liters per minute (L/min) if U.S. gallons are meant, or exactly 4.546… …   Dictionary of units of measurement

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