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05/09/2008 - 19:35 von Jon G. | Report spam
Here is the math that calculates position from 3 satellites. There are 2
points of intersection of 3 spheres of known radii, which are determined by
time-stamped transmissions from the satellites.

http://www.geocities.com/jongiff2000/GPS_math.xls

Jon Giffen
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#1 junoexpress
05/09/2008 - 21:01 | Warnen spam
On Sep 5, 1:35 pm, "Jon G." wrote:
Here is the math that calculates position from 3 satellites.  There are 2
points of intersection of 3 spheres of known radii, which are determined by
time-stamped transmissions from the satellites.

http://www.geocities.com/jongiff2000/GPS_math.xls

Jon Giffen





Pick up a book (see Spilker, Tsui, or Enge & Misra) and do some
reading instead of relying on others or the Internet solely for your
info. As you are hopefully learning, this is not a very reliable
strategy.

But if you find this all too taxing for your mind, then at last read
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudorange
(*read*, don't *skim*, got it)

Cheers Quaker,

M

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