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Please create an account to participate in the Slashdot moderation system. Notice that many more such calculations are done each second by "flight simulator" software, and such software has been running on desktop PCs since the time when 40MHz was a fast machine.

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Samples taken every few seconds e. The funny part about this is that go here the Gulf War, the DOD apparently turned SA off, probably because a lot of the units deployed in the Gulf were using commercial-grade GPS receivers rather than the more expensive, less easily-available military-grade receivers.

This is a very very simplified description of kinematic GPS, something that has been in use for about a decade.

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This utilizes a known fixed location to offest the error in the GPS signal, however, it requires a fixed known station. Dual channel receivers can measure this directly because the two bands are effected differently - like light through a prism. GPS accuracy can be measured in millimeters using freely as in no government restrictions available civilian technology. Its simplest use is for collision avoidance -- pointing out a problem to the human pilot who can decide what to do. It's a little more complicated than that, but As for GPS, apparently you can use GPS signals to monitor different things like this, based on how the signal is changed when it bounces off of a body of water. See this article [oreillynet. I'm thinking along the lines of better navigation aids to landing in inclement weather, to better collision avoidance systems, and to help avoid hitting the terrain under poor weather conditions. This would permit a much-more detailed reconstruction of the plane's orientation and flight trajectory when investigating a crash. Good point about greater congestion around Heathrow, but aren't they managing to do this right now? But yes, it's easy and quite common to have one channel bouncing between all of the visible SVs. Another use would be to mount receivers in each of the wingtips, the nose cone, and the tail and to record all this information in the "black box". Also, the military service PPS has two frequencies to work with, while civilians can only decode one. There was a suggestion to start including a third GPS frequency for civilian use on the newer sattelites to improve accuracy. I just realized that I used channel and freqency in an sloppy manner and I'm too lazy to got back and correct it all. I have no idea why people keep talking about GPS accuracy measured in yards. The ionosphere acts like a speedbump to the GPS signal, delaying it by a tiny fraction of a second depending on how charged up it is at the time. It turns out that after satellite geometry and SA, the ionosphere is the next biggest source of error. Take for instance, the signal lets say a sine wave from one statellite recorded by base station B and the moving platform A. I could very well be mistaken but I thought commercial aircraft already have IFR equipment? Automatic flight control is more complicated at several levels ATC interface, quality assurance, geographic and airspace restrictions, regulatory, and avionics interfaces. Here is a link to the specs to just one of many civilian GPS surveying receivers where you can see that post-processed measurements can be accurate down to 5mm and real-time kinematic measurements down to around 1cm horizontal And 2 cm vertical. Boeing 7x7 I would expect that to be less of an issue. Sure sure, now we can all bitch and moan about evil gov't uses of this Make it lazer tag for even more data aquisition Course, i would actually expect to see something like this in the head of a missle, for remote steering Five to Ten years ago you would set up two of these recievers recording GPS measurements and let each run for 15 miniutes or more, then process the data sets against each other to determine the relative positions of the two antennas. From this one can infer that A is moving faster towards in the general direction of the satellite than B. So when they were facing an actual enemy that theoretically might use GPS against them, they had to turn SA off anyway so they didn't get lost in the desert. Of course, they might turn it back on in case of a "strategic conflict", as they'd say. That introduction of error has been turned off, though it can be turned back on in case of a national emergency. GPS can also be used to figure out how much moisture is in the air, etc. Japan uses this for earthquake monitoring, other countries use this for volcanic measurement, national geodetic systems which then connect into the land title system, which is the basis of most first world economies. If this is then put into a GIS geographic information system , then the power company can make more informed decisions on what maintenance needs to be done, the most likely place of a failure during a blackout Why would anyone want to do this. Many receivers will say they have 5 or 12 channels - what they mean is that they can track 5 or 12 satellites simultaneously. My question was therefore whether there were any practical applications of this BlackJack GPS technology to augment the existing IFR instruments in commercial aircraft. Would it be useful to have something like this installed in all comercial aircraft? I think you're confusing commerical with a commerical unit that's fed with a differential signal DGPS. And the second is that the E. FWIW, GPS recievers are being used to measure atmospheric water vapor content, to aid in weather models and prediction. Then again, if we need to measure how far one plane is from another using inches Actually, it's better than that now that Selective Availability has been turned off. A more accurate system is currently being produced and launched, I think , something that will have much better accuracy than GPS. The bottom line is that Joe Public can expect continual improvement in the satellite positioning services until some sort of theoretical limit is reached. While this WAS true for a long time, the U. If the surface is smooth, it will bounce off the surface and away from the satellite. Seriously though, I hope you're not serious. Using two recievers or a reciever and a differential correction signal such as that from the Coast Guard narrows the error down to around 1m, the differrence is made up by errors introduced by the ionosphere, other atmospheric variables and the internal accuracy of the reciever clock itself. Around Heathrow, things get a little complicated. The cycle sequence e. Some people crack me up. Single channel GPSs use a mathematical model to predict isosphere conditions. Basically the way SAR works is this: The satellite transmits a beam towards the ocean surface. If you want to know more, here [mercat. If hitting off target by 20m is not going to make much difference, but we have all of these extra benefits from accurate GPS, then why wouldn't you make it available to the general populace. Frankly, GPS sucks when it comes to altitude control, so until this is solved aircraft cannot be guided solely by satellite and definitely cannot make a precision landing relying on GPS. Why is that important? Combine this with a radio transmitting the stationary receiver satellite data and a mobile processor powerful enough to do all the fun matrix math involved and you have a Real Time within a second or so Kinematic moving Survey Grade GPS system. So, it becomes less of a problem of solving all the trajectories in 3-dimensions to solving some finite number of trajectories in 2-dimensions. So, M is on par with 22 yards that's maybe a little optimistic. Glo'n ass. The commercial units you get from Garmin or whatever are good to meters, although the altitude measurements are almost worthless in most cases. This can get pretty good - better than 3 meters. There are two main reasons. When the wind blows, the surface becomes rough, and some of the beam is bounced back at the satellite. Further, it's not like there's a cloud of planes swarming around the airport I don't recall the exact elevations, but pulling numbers out of the air some subset of the flights might be given an elevation of 15, feet while others might be given an elevation of 10, feet, etc. The expense would likely be prohibitive in the small puddle-jumper sized craft, but in the larger jets e. The first is that he eliminated SA just before an ITU meeting at which there was an intention to give out to the US Government for using radio bandwidth for such a service and not providing the full benefit of the service for the citizens of Earth. All that was turned off was the noise added to the civilian band. The more that gets bounced back, the more the wind is blowing. Apart from that little fact, it you really wanted to, you can get an accuracy cm yes about a inches in real time using differential GPS real time kinematic. Re:Civilian GPS?