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Position Navigation & Timing Technologies in the 21st Century

Jade Morton, Frank van Diggelen, James Spilker, Bradford Parkinson. Editors

Sherman Lo. Grace Gao, Associate Editors.

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Volume 1

Satellite Navigation Systems, Technologies, and Applications

Part A: Satnav Systems

  1. Introduction, Early History, and Assuring PNT (PTA)

Bradford W. Parkinson, Stanford University, US

Y. T. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Frank van Diggelen, Google, US

James J. Spilker Jr., Stanford University, US


  1. Fundamentals of Satellite-Based Navigation and Timing

John W. Betz, The Mitre Corporation, US


  1. The Navstar Global Positioning System

John W. Betz, The Mitre Corporation, US


  1. GLONASS

Sergey Karutin, PNT Center, Russia

Nikolai Testoedov, PNT Center, Russia

Andrei Tyulin, PNT Center, Russia

Alexei Bolkunov, PNT Center, Russia


  1. Galileo

José Ángel Ávila Rodríguez, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

Jörg Hahn, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

Miguel Manteiga Bautista, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

Eric Châtre, European Commission, Belgium


  1. Beidou Navigation Satellite System

Mingquan Lu, Tsinghua University, China

Zheng Yao, Tsinghua University, China


  1. The India Regional Navigation Satellite System

Vyasaraj Rao, Accord Software and Systems, India


  1. Quasi-Zenith Satellite System

Satoshi Kogure, National Space Policy Secretariat, Japan

Yasuhiko Kawazu, National Space Policy Secretariat, Japan

Takeyasu Sakai, National Institute of Maritime, Port, and Aviation Technology, Japan


  1. GNSS Interoperability

Thomas A. Stansell, Jr., Stansell Consulting, US


  1. GNSS Signal Quality Monitoring

Frank van Graas, Ohio University, US

Sabrina Ugazio, Ohio University, US


  1. GNSS Orbit Determination and Time Synchronization

Oliver Montenbruck, German Aerospace Center, Germany

Peter Steigenberger, German Aerospace Center, Germany


  1. Ground-Based Augmentation System

Boris Pervan, Illinois Institute of Technology, US


  1. Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (SBASs)

Todd Walter, Stanford University, US

Part B: Satnav Technologies

  1. GNSS Receivers: An Overview

Sanjeev Gunawardena, Air Force Institute of Technology, US

Y. T. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder, US


  1. GNSS Receiver Signal Tracking

Y. T. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Rong Yang, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China

Brian Breitsch, University of Colorado Boulder, US


  1. Vector Processing

Matthew V. Lashley, Georgia Tech Research Institute, US

Scott Martin, Georgia Tech Research Institute, US

James Sennott, Tracking and Imaging Systems, US


  1. Assisted GNSS

Frank van Diggelen, Google, US


  1. High Sensitivity GNSS

Frank van Diggelen, Google, US


  1. Relative Positioning and RTK

Sunil Bisnath, York University, Canada


  1. GNSS Precise Point Positioning

Peter Teunissen, Curtin University, Australia and

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands


  1. Direction Position Estimation

Pau Closas, Northeastern University, US

Grace Gao, Stanford University, US


  1. Robust Positioning in the Presence of Multipath and NLOS GNSS Signals

Gary A. McGraw, Collins Aerospace, US

Paul D. Groves, University College London, UK

Benjamin W. Ashman, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US


  1. GNSS Integrity and Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM)

Sam Pullen, Stanford University, US

Mathieu Joerger, Virginia Tech, US


  1. Interference: Origin, Effects, and Mitigations

Logan Scott, Logan Scott Consulting, US


  1. Civilian GNSS Spoofing, Detection, and Recovery

Mark Psiaki, Virginia Tech, US

Todd Humphreys, University of Texas Austin, US


  1. GNSS Antenna and Antenna Array Signal Processing

Andrew O’Brien, the Ohio State University, US

Chi-Chih Chen, the Ohio State University, US

Inder J. Gupta, the Ohio State University, US

Part C: Satnav for Engineering and Scientific Applications

  1. Global Geodesy and Reference Frames

Chris Rizos, University of New South Wales, Australia

Zuheir Altamimi, Institut National de l'Information Géographique et Forestière, France

Gary Johnson, Geoscience Australia, Australia


  1. GNSS Geodesy in Geophysics, Natural Hazards, Climate, and the Environment

Yehuda Bock, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, US

Shimon Wdowinski, Florida International University, US


  1. Distributed Time and Frequency Information

Judah Levine, National Institute of Standard and Technology, US


  1. GNSS for Neutral Atmosphere and Severe Weather Monitoring

Hugues Brenot, Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy, Belgium


  1. Ionospheric Effects, Monitoring, and Mitigation Techniques

Y. T. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Zhe Yang, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Brian Breitsch, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Harrison Bourne, University of Colorado Boulder, US

Charles Rino, University of Colorado Boulder, US


  1. GNSS Observation for Detection, Monitoring, and Forecasting Natural and Man‐Made Hazardous Events

Panagiotis Vergados, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US

Attila Komjathy, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US

Xing Meng, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US


  1. GNSS Radio Occultation

Anthony Mannucci, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US

Chi O. Ao, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US

Walton Williamson, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, US


  1. GNSS Reflectometry for Earth Remote Sensing

James Garrison, Purdue University, US

Valery U. Zavorotny, University of Colorado and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, US

Alejandro Egido, Starlab, Spain

Kristine M. Larson, the University of Colorado Boulder, US

Felipe Nievinski, UFRGS, Brazil

Antonio Mollfulleda, Starlab, Spain

Giulio Ruffini, Starlab, Spain

Francisco Martin, Starlab, Spain

Christine Gommenginger, National Oceanography Centre, UK

Volume 2

Integrated Navigation Systems, Technologies, and Applications

Part D: PNT Using Radio Signals-of-Opportunity

  1. Overview of Volume 2: Integrated PNT Technologies and Applications

John F. Raquet, Air Force Institute of Technology, US


  1. Non-Linear Recursive Estimation for Integrated Navigation Systems

Michael J. Veth, Veth Research Associates, US


  1. Overview of Indoor Navigation Techniques

Sudeep Pasricha, Colorado State University, US


  1. Navigation with Cellular Signals-of-Opportunity

Zak Kassas, University of California Irvine, US


  1. Navigation with Dedicated Metropolitan Beacon Systems

Subbu Meiyappan, NextNav LLC, US

Arun Raghupathy, NextNav LLC, US

Ganesh Pattabiraman, NextNav LLC, US


  1. Navigation with Terrestrial Digital Broadcast Signals

Chun Yang, SigTem Technology Inc., US


  1. Navigation with Low Frequency Radio Signals

Wouter Pelgrum, Blue Origin, US

Charles Schue, III, Ursa Nav., US


  1. Adaptive Radar Navigation System

Kyle Kauffman, Integrated Solutions for Systems, US


  1. Navigation from Low Earth Orbit

Part 1: History, Concept, Benefits, and Challenges

Tyler G. R. Reid, Stanford University., US

Todd Walter, Stanford University, US

Per Enge, Stanford University, US

David Lawrence, Satelles, US

H. Stewart Cobb, Satelles, US

Greg Gutt, Satelles, US

Michael O’Conner, Satelles, US

David Whelan, University of California San Diego, US

Part 2: Models, Implementation, and Performance

Zak Kassas, University of California Irvine, US

Part E: PNT Using Non-Radio Signals-of-Opportunity

  1. Inertial Navigation Sensors

Stephen Smith, The Charles Draper Laboratory Inc., US


  1. MEMS Inertial Sensors

Alissa M. Fitzgerald, A.M. Fitzgerald & Associates, LLC, US


  1. GNSS-INS Integration

Part 1: Fundamentals of GNSS-INS Integration

Andrey Soloviev, QuNav, US

Part 2: A Carrier Phase-Based Approach

James L. Farrell, Vigil Inc., US

Maarten Uijt de Haag, Technische Universitat Berlin, US


  1. Atomic Clocks for GNSS

Leo Hollberg, Stanford University, US


  1. Positioning Using Magnetic Fields

Aaron Canciani, Air Force Institute of Technology, US

John F. Raquet, Integrated Solutions for Systems, US


  1. Laser-Based Navigation

Maarten Uijt de Haag, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Zhen Zhu, East Carolina University, US

Jacob Campbell, Air Force Research Laboratory, US


  1. Image-Aided Navigation - Concept and Applications

Michael J. Veth, Veth Research Associates, US

John F. Raquet, Integrated Solutions for Systems, US


  1. Digital Photogrammetry

Charles Toth, The Ohio State University, US

Zoltan Koppanyi, The Ohio State University, US


  1. Navigation Using Pulsars and Other Variable Celestial Sources

Suneel Sheikh, ASTER Labs, Inc., US


  1. Neuroscience of Navigation

Meredith E. Minear, University of Wyoming, US

Tesalee K. Sensibaugh, University of Wyoming, US


  1. Orientation and Navigation in the Animal World

Gillian Durieux, Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Germany

Miriam Liedvogel, Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Biology, Germany

Part F: PNT for Consumer and Commercial Applications

  1. GNSS Applications in Surveying and Mobile Mapping

Naser El-Sheimy, University of Calgary, Canada

Zahra Lari, Leica Geosystems Inc., Canada


  1. Precision Agriculture

Arthur F. Lange, Trimble Navigation, US

John Peake, Trimble Navigation, US


  1. Wearables

Mark Gretton, TomTom, UK

Peter Frans Pauwels, TomTom, The Netherlands


  1. Navigation in Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems and Automated Driving

David Bevly, Auburn University, US

Scott Martin, Auburn University, US


  1. Train Control and Rail Traffic Management Systems

Alessandro Neri, University of Roma TRE, Italy


  1. Commercial Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Maarten Uijt de Haag, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Evan Dill, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US

Steven D. Young, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US

Mathieu Joerger, Virginia Tech, US


  1. Navigation for Aviation

Sherman Lo, Stanford University, US


  1. Orbit Determination with GNSS

Yoaz Bar-Sever, Jet Propulsion Lab, US


  1. Satellite Formation Flying and Rendezvous

Simone D’Amico, Stanford University, US

J. Russell Carpenter, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, US


  1. Navigation in the Arctic

Tyler G. R. Reid, Stanford University, US

Todd Walter, Stanford University, US

Robert Guinness, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, Finland

Sarang Thombre, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, Finland

Heidi Kuusniemi, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute, Finland

Norvald Kjerstad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway