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Title: Performance Evaluation of the GPS Yaw Bias Implementation
Authors: Bar-Sever, Y.
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Inst. of Navigation Conf. On GPS
Palm Springs, CA
Abstract: Yaw bias was implemented on most GPS satellites in 1994, and on all Block II satellites by 1995. It was introduced as a way to model the yaw attitude of the GPS satellites during shadow crossings. A yaw attitude model was written to simulate the new satellite attitude during eclipse seasons. Proper use of this model improves the accuracy of precise positioning with the GPS.
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