Credits

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Theory

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100

 Introduction to  Global Navigation Satellite Systems(GNSSs)

The History of GPS,  The Evolution of GPS,  Development of  NAVSTAR GPS,  Block I, Block II satellites,  Block IIA,  Block IIR and Block II R-M satellites.

GPS working principle,  Trilateration,,  Determination of where the satellites are, Determination of how far the satellites are,  Determining the receiver position in 2D or X-Y Plane, Determining the receiver position in 3D or X-Y-Z Plane.  

Other Global Navigation Satellite Systems, GLONASS, GALILEO, Comparion of 3 GNSS (GPS, GALILEO, GLONASS) interms of constellation and services provided 

GPS Satellite constellation and Signals

GPS system segments, Space segment, Control segment, User segment, GPS Signals,  Pseudorandom noise (PRN)  code, C/A code , P code  Navigation data, Signal structure of GPS. 

Coordinate Systems:

Geoid, Ellipsoid, Coordinate Systems, Geodetic and Geo centric coordinate systems, ECEF coordinates,  Datums, world geodetic 1984 (WGS 84), Conversion between Cartesian and geodetic coordinate frame

Textbook :

  1.  G S RAO,  Global Navigation Satellite Systems, McGraw-Hill   Publications, New Delhi, 2010

Reference Books:

  1. Scott Gleason and Demoz Gebre-Egziabher,  GNSS Applications and Methods,             , Artech House, 685 Canton Street, Norwood, MA02062,  2009.
  2. James Ba – Yen Tsui, ‘Fundamentals of GPS receivers – A software approach’, John Wiley & Sons (2001).
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  Credits Periods Exam Hrs. Sessional Marks Exam Marks Total Marks Theory Tutorial / Lab 4 3 - 3 30 70 100  Introduction to  Global Navigation Satellite Systems(GNSSs) The History of GPS,  The Evolution of GPS,  Development of  NAVSTAR GPS,  Block I, Block II satellites,  Block IIA,  Block IIR and Block II R-M satellites. GPS working principle,  Trilateration,,  Determination of where the satellites are, Determination of how...