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Principles of GPS


Year: 2013
Language: english
Author: Pratap Singh Dhunta
Genre: Textbook
Publisher: PS Dhunta Consulting Group
Edition: 1st
Format: EPUB
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 516
Description: Principles of GPS is a comprehensive technical treatise on Global Positioning Systems. The book covers technical overviews of satellite and time systems, GPS signal and receiver systems as well as techniques in data processing and integrity monitoring.
With hundreds of technical illustrations, each topic is explained in systematic detail that make it easy to grasp the concepts. The author also offers a perspective on GPS applications and Time transfer.
The book is invaluable for practicing engineers, technicians and students as a learning tool as well as a handy reference guide.
Additional info: Please note this is Part II of the two part series "Principles of GPS".

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