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Title: International GPS Service : 2001-2002 technical reports
Authors: Reigber, C.
Neilan, R.
Weber, R.
Ferland, R.
Altamimi, Z.
Hugentobler, U.
Dow, J. M.
Gendt, G.
Heflin, M.
Kass, W.
Tetreault, P.
Fang, P.
Rohde, J.
Nurutdinov, K.
Hering, T.
Bruyninx, C.
Luton, G.
Yamagiwa, A.
Seemueller, W.
Drewes, H.
Noll, C.
Gaulue, E.
Bock, Y.
Habrich, H.
Combrinck, L.
Moore, A.
Stowers, D.
Beavan, J.
Sherwood, R.
Gendt, G.
Boomkamp, H.
Slater, J.
Schone, T.
Wonnakott, R.
Garcia, C.
Khoda, O.
Woppelmann, G.
Kostelecky, J.
Simek, J.
Tregoning, P.
Ray, J.
Feltens, J.
Keywords: Global Positioning System
orbit determination
Issue Date: Sep-2004
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2005
Series/Report no.: JPL Publication
Abstract: Applications of the Global Positioning System (GPS) to Earth Science are numerous. The International GPS Service (IGS), a federation of government agencies and universities, plays an increasingly critical role in support of GPS-related research and engineering activities. Contributions from the IGS Governing Board and Central Bureau, analysis and data centers, station operators, and others constitute the 2001 / 2002 Technical Reports.
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