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Satellite Network Design Approach to Orbit Determination for GNSS
This research work gives the brief knowledge of the orbit determination for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), which described the result of some techniques for orbit determination. In this we have also discussed that how we can design a network for orbit determination of GNSS. The main approach that need to be solved by researchers to monitor the data processing and developing procedures for digital signal processing in micro and onboard satellite navigation equipment have been described. In this paper discussed that how we transfer the data information through the satellite laser link and satellite radio frequency links. After that we analyze that how the data can be transfer between two satellites by considering the epidemic model.
GLONASS, GNSS, GPS.
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