05760nam 2200757 a 450 991053450950332120200520144314.01-118-52353-91-299-14626-01-118-52350-4(CKB)2670000000327401(EBL)1117021(OCoLC)815758415(SSID)ssj0000819828(PQKBManifestationID)12317656(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000819828(PQKBWorkID)10855447(PQKB)10682428(PQKBManifestationID)16114255(PQKB)23381672(MiAaPQ)EBC1117021(DLC) 2012044417(Au-PeEL)EBL1117021(CaPaEBR)ebr10650984(CaONFJC)MIL445876(MiAaPQ)EBC7147394(Au-PeEL)EBL7147394(PPN)171114582(EXLCZ)99267000000032740120121030d2013 uy 0engur|n|---|||||txtccrGlobal navigation satellite systems, inertial navigation, and integration[electronic resource] /Mohinder S. Grewal, Angus P. Andrews, Chris Bartone3rd ed.Hoboken John Wiley & Sons20131 online resource (603 p.)Originally published under title: Global positioning systems, inertial navigation, and integration.1-118-44700-X Includes bibliographical references and index.Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Acronyms and Abbreviations; 1: Introduction; 1.1 Navigation; 1.1.1 Navigation-Related Technologies; 1.1.2 Navigation Modes; GNSS Overview; 1.2.1 GPS; 1.2.2 Global Orbiting Navigation Satellite System (GLONASS); 1.2.3 Galileo; 1.2.4 Compass (BeiDou-2); 1.3 Inertial Navigation Overview; 1.3.1 Theoretical Foundations; 1.3.2 Inertial Sensor Technology; 1.4 GNSS/INS Integration Overview; 1.4.1 The Role of Kalman Filtering; 1.4.2 Implementation; 1.4.3 Applications; Problem; References2: Fundamentals of Satellite Navigation Systems2.1 Navigation Systems Considered; 2.1.1 Systems Other than GNSS; 2.1.2 Comparison Criteria; 2.2 Satellite Navigation; 2.2.1 Satellite Orbits; 2.2.2 Navigation Solution (Two-Dimensional Example); 2.2.3 Satellite Selection and Dilution of Precision (DOP); 2.2.4 Example Calculation of DOPS; 2.3 Time and GPS; 2.3.1 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) Generation; 2.3.2 GPS System Time; 2.3.3 Receiver Computation of UTC; 2.4 Example: User Position Calculations with No Errors; 2.4.1 User Position Calculations; 2.4.2 User Velocity Calculations; ProblemReferences3: Fundamentals of Inertial Navigation; 3.1 Chapter Focus; 3.2 Basic Terminology; 3.3 Inertial Sensor Error Models; 3.3.1 Zero-Mean Random Errors; 3.3.2 Fixed-Pattern Errors; 3.3.3 Sensor Error Stability; 3.4 Sensor Calibration and Compensation; 3.4.1 Sensor Biases, Scale Factors, and Misalignments; 3.4.2 Other Calibration Parameters; 3.4.3 Calibration Parameter Instabilities; 3.4.4 Auxiliary Sensors before GNSS; 3.4.5 Sensor Performance Ranges; 3.5 Earth Models; 3.5.1 Terrestrial Navigation Coordinates; 3.5.2 Earth Rotation; 3.5.3 Gravity Models; 3.6 Hardware Implementations3.6.1 Gimbaled Implementations3.6.2 Floated Implementation; 3.6.3 Carouseling and Indexing; 3.6.4 Strapdown Systems; 3.6.5 Strapdown Carouseling and Indexing; 3.7 Software Implementations; 3.7.1 Example in One Dimension; 3.7.2 Initialization in Nine Dimensions; 3.7.3 Gimbal Attitude Implementations; 3.7.4 Gimbaled Navigation Implementation; 3.7.5 Strapdown Attitude Implementations; 3.7.6 Strapdown Navigation Implementation; 3.7.7 Navigation Computer and Software Requirements; 3.8 INS Performance Standards; 3.8.1 Free Inertial Operation; 3.8.2 INS Performance Metrics3.8.3 Performance Standards3.9 Testing and Evaluation; 3.9.1 Laboratory Testing; 3.9.2 Field Testing; 3.10 Summary; Problem; References; 4: GNSS Signal Structure, Characteristics, and Information Utilization; 4.1 Legacy GPS Signal Components, Purposes, and Properties; 4.1.1 Mathematical Signal Models for the Legacy GPS Signals; 4.1.2 Navigation Data Format; 4.1.3 GPS Satellite Position Calculations; 4.1.4 C/A-Code and Its Properties; 4.1.5 P(Y)-Code and Its Properties; 4.1.6 L1 and L2 Carriers; 4.1.7 Transmitted Power Levels; 4.1.8 Free Space and Other Loss Factors4.1.9 Received Signal PowerAn updated guide to GNSS, and INS, and solutions to real-world GNSS/INS problems with Kalman filtering Written by recognized authorities in the field, this third edition of a landmark work provides engineers, computer scientists, and others with a working familiarity of the theory and contemporary applications of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), Inertial Navigational Systems, and Kalman filters. Throughout, the focus is on solving real-world problems, with an emphasis on the effective use of state-of-the-art integration techniques for those systems, especially the applicatiGlobal Positioning SystemInertial navigationKalman filteringGlobal Positioning System.Inertial navigation.Kalman filtering.910.285Grewal Mohinder S27535Andrews Angus P27536Bartone Chris1182448MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910534509503321Global navigation satellite systems, inertial navigation, and integration2743521UNINA