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Timing experiment with geodetic GPS receiver

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4 Author(s)
Banerjee, P. ; Time & Freq. Section, Nat. Phys. Lab., New Delhi, India ; Becker, D. ; Thiel, K.-H. ; Hartl, Philipp

In view of the availability of a new generation of geodetic GPS receivers coupled with the introduction of selective availability (SA) on the C/A-code, the use of these types of GPS receivers for timing applications has been extensively reviewed. The common-view mode shows an improvement in timing accuracy (15 to 25 ns) over the one-way mode (around 100 ns) even in the presence of SA. A model has also been introduced to reduce the detrimental effect of SA on the time accuracy even in the one-way mode. The utilization of this model on the experimental observations shows a remarkable reduction in jitter to about 20 ns

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 5 )