A directional model of tropospheric horizontal gradients in Global Positioning System and its application for particular weather scenarios
Improper modeling of horizontal tropospheric gradients in GPS analysis induces errors in estimated parameters, with the largest impact on heights and tropospheric zenith delays. The conventional two-axis tilted plane model of horizontal gradients fails to provide an accurate representation of tropospheric gradients under weather conditions with asymmetric horizontal changes of refractivity. A new parametrization of tropospheric gradients whereby an arbitrary number of gradients are estimated as...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres|
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