Publication detail

On GPS Heighting in Local Networks

ŠVÁBENSKÝ, O. WEIGEL, J. MACHOTKA, R.

Original Title

On GPS Heighting in Local Networks

English Title

On GPS Heighting in Local Networks

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Problems of determination of heights and height differences with help of GPS in local geodetic networks. is still more actual respecting the fact that the GPS technology becames more and more effective with hardware progress, with improvements in measuring and evaluating procedures, and with better modelling of the disturbing influences. In comparison with GPS the employment of classical terrestrial vertical measuring technologies is often more difficult namely in broken mountain environment.

English abstract

Problems of determination of heights and height differences with help of GPS in local geodetic networks. is still more actual respecting the fact that the GPS technology becames more and more effective with hardware progress, with improvements in measuring and evaluating procedures, and with better modelling of the disturbing influences. In comparison with GPS the employment of classical terrestrial vertical measuring technologies is often more difficult namely in broken mountain environment.

Keywords

Geodynamics, GPS, Height Measurements, Geoid Modelling

RIV year

2006

Released

23.08.2006

Pages from

39

Pages to

43

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT43577,
  author="Otakar {Švábenský} and Josef {Weigel} and Radovan {Machotka}",
  title="On GPS Heighting in Local Networks",
  annote="Problems of determination of heights and height differences with help of GPS in local geodetic networks. is still more actual respecting the fact that the GPS technology becames more and more effective with hardware progress, with improvements in measuring and evaluating procedures, and with better modelling of the disturbing influences. In comparison with GPS the employment of classical terrestrial vertical measuring technologies is often more difficult namely in broken mountain environment.",
  chapter="43577",
  number="3",
  volume="3",
  year="2006",
  month="august",
  pages="39--43",
  type="journal article - other"
}