TitleMethods of mutual high-precision navigation based the use of relative modes of anglemeasuring receivers of global navigation satellite systems signals
AuthorsD.D. Dmitriev, V.N. Tyapkin, Yu.L. Fateev, A.B. Gladyshev, N.S. Kremez
OrganizationSiberian Federal University
Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation
AbstractThe article presents the results of experimental studies of mutual high-precision navigation methods for unmanned and specialized transport systems. The proposed methods are based on the application of the relative operating modes of two or more angle-measuring receivers of global navigation satellite systems signals. To conduct research, a software and hardware complex has been developed, consisting of two angle-measuring receivers of global navigation satellite systems signals, a turntable and a computer model of the navigation system of unmanned and specialized transport systems. It provides the positioning error of the antenna system in angular coordinates less than 1 arc minute, which allows it to be used as a reference when measuring the angular displacements of the receiver of global navigation satellite systems signals antenna system. The results of measurements of planar and angular coordinates both in autonomous and relative phase modes of operation of goniometric receivers global navigation satellite systems signals are presented and analyzed. It has been established that the root-mean-square error of measuring relative coordinates was 0,019 meter. A further increase in the relative position measurement accuracy is possible by taking measures to reduce the multipath reception error, which is the most significant uncorrelated position measurement error by two sets of receivers of global navigation satellite systems signals. Thus, the methods of mutual high-precision navigation using angle-measuring receivers of global navigation satellite systems signals have high accuracy without the use of external information about differential corrections. This will allow the operation of unmanned or special transport systems in hard-toreach and northern regions, in conditions of lack of communication and other adverse factors.
Keywordssoftware and hardware complex, global navigation satellite system, navigation receiver, unmanned transport, phase measurement, relative navigation
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