The First Wild-Magnavox GPS Satellite Surveying Equipment

Schriftenreihe
des Instituts für Geodäsie

Heft 20-2/1985


 
The First Wild-Magnavox
GPS Satellite Surveying Equipment:
WM101

Thomas A. STANSELL jr. / Steven M. CHAMBERLAIN
Magnavox Advanced Products and Systems Company, Torrance / USA

Fritz K. BRUNNER
Wild Heerbrugg Ltd., Heerbrugg / Switzerland

 

In: WELSCH, Walter M. / LAPINE, Lewis A. (Hrsg.) [1985]:
International Federation of Surveyors - FIG -
Proceedings Inertial, Doppler and GPS Measurements for National and Engineering Surveys
Joint Meeting of Study Groups 5B and 5C, July 1-3, 1985

Schriftenreihe Universitärer Studiengang Vermessungswesen, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Heft 20-2, Neubiberg, S. 503-523.
 



Abstract

This paper begins with an overview of typical surveying requirements. Consequently the design concepts for the development of the portable and fully self-contained GPS Satellite Surveying Equipment WM101 are described. The principal features are: C/A code receiver, simultaneous phase measurements of the reconstructed carrier signals of the L1 frequency from several GPS stallites, and recording of the processed GPS satellite signal data on tape cassette in the field unit. Precise position differences are calculated by post-processing of the recorded data in a separate small computer.
 



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