Special Issue "Satellite Navigation and Signal Processing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2023) | Viewed by 14220
Interests: GNSS surveying; GNSS navigation; SBAS; measurement; estimation; advanced statistical analysis; mapping; earth observation; kalman filtering
Interests: marine navigation; shipping; ship design; ECDIS; land navigation; measurement; DTM; maritime; topography; geomatics
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Satellite navigation is an extremely important subject of many studies worldwide. Users of satellite navigation are familiar with global and regional navigation satellite systems such as GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS, and IRNSS/NavIC, as well as satellite local augmentation systems, such as WAAS (USA), EGNOS (Europe), SDCM (Russia), MSAS (Japan), GAGAN (India), BDSBAS (China), KASS (South Korea), A-SBAS (Africa and Indian Ocean), and SPAN (Australia and New Zealand). All providers have offered the use of their systems to the international community. Satellite signals contain data that a GNSS receiver uses to compute the locations needed for accurate satellite navigation. Plenty of research has been carried out to achieve accurate satellite positioning, but more is still needed. In this Special Issue of Remote Sensing, we will collect a wide range of articles covering many aspects of satellite navigation and signal processing, theoretical studies, and practical applications.
Dr. Mieczysław Bakuła
Dr. Krzysztof Naus
Manuscript Submission Information
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- GNSS systems
- SBAS systems
- Aircraft/UAV navigation systems
- marine navigation systems
- land navigation systems
- Multi-GNSS integrated navigation systems
- GNSS algorithms
- GNSS signal processing
- Multi-GNSS applications
- real-time kinematic
- smartphone GNSS surveying and navigation