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High-Precision Navigation Independently of Global Navigation Satellite Systems Data

Abstract

In recent years, it has become clear that global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) have insufficient immunity to noises. In this regard, the paper discusses possible methods and tools ensuring high-precision navigation measurements without using GNSS, and their current development status.

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Peshekhonov, V.G. High-Precision Navigation Independently of Global Navigation Satellite Systems Data. Gyroscopy Navig. 13, 1–6 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1134/S2075108722010059

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Keywords:

  • GNSS interference
  • integrated INS/GNSS systems
  • autonomous navigation tools
  • radio navigation