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RTK Availability Improvement Using Vehicle Trajectory to Determine Reliability of Integer Ambiguity


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Author(J)1) 近藤 海斗, 2) 渥美 善規, 3) 保田 勇太, 4) 高野 瀬碧輝, 5) 目黒 淳一
Author(E)1) Kaito Kondo, 2) Yoshiki Atsumi, 3) Yuta Hoda, 4) Aoki Takanose, 5) Junichi Meguro
Affiliation(J)1) 名城大学, 2) 名城大学, 3) 名城大学, 4) 名古屋大学, 5) 名城大学


Abstract(E)For RTK positioning, integer ambiguity reliability judgment (Ratio-test) is often used. However, it is known that the ratio-test does not work effectively in multipath environments. In this paper, we propose an alternative method for determining the reliability of RTK positioning solutions that takes into account vehicle trajectories, with the aim of improving the usability of high-precision positioning in multipath environments.

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