Here’s a list of information I’ve stumbled across while trying to come up to speed on precision GPS. I’ve made no attempt to make it a comprehensive list, just things I’ve found particularly interesting or useful.
I started my journey into the world of GPS by taking the Stanford online course and reading the Misra/Eng book used in the course. I found both to be extremely informative and well done and would highly recommend both of them to anyone interested in the subject.
Recommended GPS books:
Recommended Online GPS Courses:
My RTKLIB code and raw data:
Eval of Multi-GNSS RTK performance with u-blox NEO-M8N receivers (Takasu)
Low-costGPS/GLONASSPrecisePositioning Algorithm (PhD Thesis: Carcanague)
Low-Cost, Single-Frequency GPS/GLONASS RTK for Road Users (Article: Carcanague)
Ublox GPS receiver info:
The LAMBDA method for integer ambiguity estimation: implementation aspects
GLONASS ambiguity resolution
Demystifying GLONASS Inter-Frequency Carrier Phase Biases
A RAIM approach to GNSS outlier and cycle slip detection using L1 carrier phase time-differences