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P. Aggarwal, Z Syed, N. El-Sheimy, A. Nouereldin Artech House, 2010

Due to the micro-scale size and low power consumption of Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) they are now wide used. This book focuses on the application of MEMS inertial sensors to navigation systems. Shows how to minimize cost by adding and removing INS sensors, give integration strategies, case studies, alignment for MEMS-based nav, extended KF. (#2471) $109, 197 pages, hardcover

The Measurement of Time: Time, Frequency and the Atomic Clock

Claude Audoin & Bernard Guinot Cambridge University Press, 2001

A comprehensive introduction to the physics of time and time measurement, this book discusses the stability & accuracy of atomic frequency standards, different types of oscillators and atomic clocks, and the uses and developments of these devices, including GPS. It is useful as an introduction to the time and frequency fields. (#1211) $59, 346 pages, softcover

Wireless Positioning Technologies and Applications Alan Bensky Artech House, 2008

This book is about wireless position estimation, using GPS to explain and demonstrate the application of fundamental distance measuring principles. It is aimed at working engineers wanting to expand their knowledge of wireless services. Basic engineering math is helpful. (#2468) $95, 305 pages, hardcover

GNSS for Vehicle Control D.M. Bevly, S. Cobb

With 150+ illustrations and 180+ equations, the book explores GNSS, vision-aided GPS, and vehicle dynamic estimation using GPS. Covers today's most critical topics, with vehicle models, pseudolites, highway vehicle control, unmanned ground vehicles, etc. (#2470) $119, 284 pages, hardcover

A Software-Defined GPS and Galileo Receiver: A SingleFrequency Approach Kai Borre, Dennis M. Akos, N. Bertelsen, P. Rinder, S. Jensen Birkhauser Press, 2007

The text and DVD allow the reader to study and then create an SDR (software defined receiver). A powerful and practical book. (#1625) $79.95, 176 pages, softcover, CD included

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Algorithms for Global Positioning

Kai Borre and Gilbert Strang Wellesley-Cambridge Press 2012

Good mathematics and great technology now produce highly accurate positions. This replaces Borre and Strang's earlier book, Linear Algebra, Geodesy and GPS (our former #2433). This book describes the ideas, the hardware, and the algorithms that make this accuracy possible. (#2473) $90, 473 pages, hardcover

Celestial Navigation ‌ When Your GPS Fails Mark Breach Trafford Publishing, 2004

A companion to your sextant and watch. This book can provide you with an alternative to GPS and LORAN. Includes tables for using sun, planet and moon observations to determine position. (#1013) $25, 142 pages, softcover

Introduction to Random Signals and Applied Kalman Filtering, 4th Edition R. G. Brown and P. Y. C. Hwang John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997

Excellent introductory text on Kalman filtering, with necessary background material given in the first three chapters. Many applied examples are given. Two full chapters are devoted to applications of Kalman filtering to GPS and integrated INS. (#1026) $169 , 479 pages, hardcover. Be sure to add the Solutions Manual. NEW (#1026A) $20, softcover handwritten manuscript

The 3-D Global Spatial Data Model: Foundation of the Spatial Data Infrastructure Earl F. Burkholder CRC Press, 2008

The 3-D GSDM examines the longused spatial data model for geodesy and addresses the new digital-based data collection, storage, manipulation, adjustment and visualization procedures using modern 3-D techniques and tying together recent significant advances in the surveying and GIS fields, including GNSS. (#2461) $99, 364 pages, hardcover

Fundamentals of High Accuracy Inertial Navigation Averil B. Chatfield AIAA, 1997

Focuses on the physical and mathematical principles forming the basis for inertial navigation. It differs from other books on the subject by treating aspects of the blend of inertial navigation technology and geodesy. Accuracy, criteria and evaluation are also discussed. (#2440) $124.95, 339 pages, hardcover

Hydrography

C.D. de Jong, G. Lachapelle, S. Skone, I.A. Elema Delft University, 2002

This book is based on the graduate and undergrad courses in hydrography offered at the Department of Geomatics Engineering of the University of Calgary and the Department of Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning of Delft University of Technology. Purposed to present an introduction to and a detailed overview of the broad field of hydrography. (#1150) $46.50, 353 pages, hardcover

Introduction to GPS: The Global Positioning System Ahmed El-Rabanny Artech House, Inc., 2006

Great for introducing GPS to engineers without extensive math, helping them get to work quickly. The book covers applications, signal structure, modernization, the integration of GPS with other systems, the main measurements being utilized in the field today, satellite orbits, the errors and biases that affect GPS measurements, along with their mitigation. Includes information on precise point positioning. (#1221) $59, 201 pages, hardcover

Digital Terrain Modeling: Acquisition, Manipulation and Applications

N. El-Sheimy, C. Valeo, A. Habib Artech House, 2005

This book fills a large gap on digital terrain models (DTMs). Includes the essential elements of DTMs and their applications in environmental modeling and mapping. Mathematically rigorous, highly advanced, complete and cohesive. (#1478) $75, 257 pages, hardcover

Galileo: Europe’s Guiding Star. The European Global Navigation Satellite System

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ESTEC, with 17 Contributing Authors Faircount Ltd, 2007 A collection of articles describing the recent past and future of the Galileo system. (#2452) $20, 128 pages, softcover

EGNOS: The European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System: A Cornerstone of Galileo European Space Agency, ESA, 2007

EGNOS is a first-generation augmentation system employing differential techniques, designed to improve the performance of GPS & Galileo. It is planned to serve the needs of maritime, land transport, time and aeronautical

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Books Are Arranged Alphabetically By Author applications in the European and neighboring regions. (#2450) $67, 564 pages, hardcover

Aided Navigation: GPS with High Rate Sensors Jay A. Farrell McGraw-Hill, 2008

Designed as a graduate-level textbook, this edition adds aided navigation and a classroom text structure. It presents a systematic method for designing and analyzing aided navigation systems, along with the theory to support the methodology. (#2462) $115, 539 pages, hardcover

The Global Positioning System & Inertial Navigation Jay A. Farrell and Matthew Barth McGraw-Hill, 1998

The engineer's guide to both GPS and INS. The book provides a top-to-bottom look at GPS and INS including guidelines for building integrated GPS/INS systems. (#1137) $63, 340 pages, hardcover

GNSS Aided Navigation and Tracking: Inertially Augmented or Autonomous James L. Farrell American Literary Press, 2007

A new approach. By exploiting modern capabilities and insights, inertial processing is made dramatically simpler than conventional methods. Provides several original flight-validated formulations and algorithms not currently in use. Includes major advances in multiple areas: ŠŠ full use of fractured (discontinuous ambiguous) carrier phase ŠŠ rigorous integrity for separate SVs ŠŠ unprecedented robustness and situation awareness ŠŠ high performance from low cost IMUs ŠŠ cookbook steps ŠŠ new interoperability features ŠŠ insights for easier implementation (#2451) $100, 286 pages, hardcover You can also order this book directly from the author at www.jameslfarrell.com

Integrated Aircraft Navigation James L. Farrell Vigil, Inc., 1976

With a new preface added for today's perspective. A classic, comprehensive development of navigation system integration principles and techniques. Includes advanced INS analysis, estimation with discrete examples, nav modes and dynamics, nav measurements, nav and tracking operations, nav functions and data flow. A must for anyone wishing to realize optimal results from an integrated nav system. (#1275) $35, 351 pages, softcover

Geometric Geodetic Accuracy Standards and Specifications Federal Geodetic Control Committee NGS, August, 1989

This document is a guideline for the planning and execution of geodetic surveys using GPS relative positioning techniques. The standards are designed to meet classification requirements for a wide range of 3D relative positional accuracy requirements. (#2435) $9.95, 48 pages, softcover, CD included

Radionavigation Systems Borje Forssell Artech House, Inc., 2008

Republication of the 1990 classic. This book is still in use by many practicing navigation engineers. C. Hegarty and E. Kaplan say that after describing the basic principles of navigation system operations that rely on range and/or angle measurements, Dr. Forssell goes into standard error definitions and calculations. The remaining chapters focus on GPS as well as its predecessor systems. (#2460) $79, 392 pages, hardcover

Geographic Information Systems Demystified Stephen R. Galati Artech House, Inc., 2006

This is a theory-based rather than hands-on approach, developed to give a sound understanding of GIS principles before going on to applications in the latter third of the book. Covers GIS, geodesy, earth models, coordinate systems, and then applications and environments (#1627) $89, 270 pages, hardcover

Applied Optimal Estimation Arthur Gelb, Editor MIT Press, 1974

This classic and respected work places major emphasis on practical applications, treating the subject more from an engineering than a mathematical point of view. Theoretical and mathematical concepts are developed sufficiently to make the book an excellent, self-contained reference. (#1925) $41, 374 pages, softcover

GPS Positioning Guide Geodetic Survey Division EMR Canada, 1993.

Provides the background and procedural information needed to effectively apply GPS technology. Guidelines include GPS fundamentals, basic positioning concepts, GPS positioning techniques and procedures for applying GPS. Glossary and references. (#1230) $28.80, 106 pages, softcover

GNSS Applications and Methods

Gleason, Gebre-Egziabher Artech House, 2009

Emphasizing application development, this unique resource offers a highly practical overview of GNSS, including GPS and more exotic areas, such as remote sensing and space weather monitoring. Included software contains valuable processing tools and real GPS data sets to help professionals rapidly advance their future research and development projects. (#2465) $120, 507 pages, hardcover, CD included

Global Positioning Systems, Inertial Navigation, and Integration, 2nd Edition

Mohinder S. Grewal, Lawrence R. Weill, Angus P. Andrews John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2007

An updated guide to GNSS and INS, including solutions to real world GPS/ INS problems with Kalman filtering (#1910-2) $99.95, 525 pages, hardcover

Kalman Filtering Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition M. S. Grewal and A. P. Andrews John Wiley & Sons, 2008

A thoroughly updated introduction to Kalman filtering with applications. Excellent treatment of practical considerations involved in implementing a Kalman filter, especially with respect to numerical stability problems. Includes diskette with FORTRAN Kalman filter and related programs. (#1029) $128.99, 576 pages, hardcover

Principles of GNSS, Inertial and Multisensor Integrated Navigation Systems Paul D. Groves Artech House, Inc., 2008

Aimed at nav professionals and usable as a college text. This book covers principles of navigation along with a summary of not only GNSS systems but also Loran, WLAN, UWB, AHRS etc. (#2459) $119, 518 pages, hardcover

Server Side Assisted-GPS in JAVA Neil Harper Artech House, 2010

Assisted-GPS (A-GPS) is a technology that greatly enhances GPS performance and capabilities. This innovative book offers a detailed explanation of the way that an A-GPS server operates from a practical point of view. Practitioners learn how A-GPS improves critical aspects of GPS such as time-tofirst-fix (TTFF), yield & error minimization, Focuses on handset-assisted A-GPS where the server can make use of additional information and perform more effective hybrid

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Books Are Arranged Alphabetically By Author calculations. Includes example code in Java for all key functions, along with sequence diagrams in UML that help ensure a solid understanding of the material. (#2466) $99, 239 pages, hardcover

Global Positioning System, Theory and Practice, 5th Ed. Hofmann-Wellenhof, et al. Springer-Verlag, 2001

Comprehensive treatment of GPS and its use for survey, precise measurements, navigation, attitude determination and more. Includes updates on the space segment, anti-spoofing, Keplerian orbits, processing techniques, relativistic effects, multipath, RINEX and new GPS applications. (#1177) $71.75, 382 pages, softcover

GNSS: Global Navigation Satellite Systems: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, & More Hofmann-Wellenhof, Lichtenegger, Wasle Springer/Wien New York, 2008

This book is the extension of "GPS Theory and Practice" and includes the Russian GLONASS, the European Galileo and additional systems. It describes the reference systems for coordinates and time, satellite orbits, satellite signals, observables, math models for positioning, data processing and data transformation. (#2456) $95, 516 pages, softcover

Navigation: Principles of Positioning and Guidance

Hofmann-Wellenhof, ed. Legat, Wieser, Springer/Wien New York, 2003

This book was developed over the years as a University of Graz text and is meant to be an A to Z treatment of navigation. For overview, not in-depth coverage. Excellent classroom text. (#1528) $79.95, 369 pages, hardcover

Physical Geodesy

Bernhard Hofmann-Wellenhof and Helmut Moritz Springer/Wien New York, 2005

A new book patterned after the 1967 original of the same title by Moritz and Heiskanen. This book adds GPS/ GNSS measurement and technology to the classic explanations of the earth's shape and its gravity field. Modern gravitational measurement and analysis techniques are described. (#1480) $79.95, 403 pages, softcover

Spread Spectrum Systems for GNSS and Wireless Communications Jack K. Holmes Artech House, 2007

A modern treatment of spread spectrum (SS) comms, including direct sequence and frequency hopping. The book helps you understand the performance

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of SS systems under the influence of jamming and with and without coding. You find details on the synchronization of SS systems, including initial acquisition and tracking. (#2454) $149, 855 pages, hardcover

Global Positioning System: A 7-Volume Collection

Edited by The Institute of Navigation Publisher: The Institute of Navigation

The classic GPS monographs, "the Red Books," which we believe provide the best collection of juried GPS technical papers. A "must have" for any well stocked GPS library. The complete set is only available on CD-ROM. There are no paper copies for Vol. II or Vol. VII Vol. I: 1980, Classic GPS Technical Papers, (#1201) $20 Vol. II (on CD only, #1202): 1984, More of the Classic Papers. Vol. III: 1986, Receiver Design Enhancements, Differential GPS, (#1203) $20 Vol. IV: 1993, DGPS Error Sources, WAAS, Carrier Phase DGPS, (#1204) $30 Vol. V: 1998, RAIM Technology and Issues, (#1206) $40 Vol. VI: (Sold only on the CD-ROM with Volumes 1-VI, see #1210), 2000, GPS Augmentations Volume VII: 2010, Integration of Navigation Systems, CD only, (#1210A) $90 Set of Volumes I窶天I , CD-ROM, (#1210) $144

GNSS Markets and Applications

Len Jacobson Artech House, Inc., 2007

Written for functional managers and staff who are concerned with entering or growing a GNSS business and who interact with the engineers who are developing GNSS products and services. Technical aspects are treated in a general manner to give the reader enough information to work in marketing effectively. (#2453) $79, 216 pages, hardcover

An Introduction to GNSS: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and the Global Navigation Satellite Systems Charles Jeffrey NovAtel, 2010

A clear, brief primer on GNSS, useful for anyone beginning to work in GNSS, including support staff. (#2467), $20, 86 pages, color photos, softcover

Inertial Navigation Systems with Geodetic Applications Christopher Jekeli Walter de Gruyter, Inc., 2001

Covers all aspects of INS including sensor technology and the estimation of instrument errors and their integration with GPS for geodetic applications with complete mathematical derivations. Both stabilized and strapdown mechanizations are treated in detail. Derived algorithms to process sensor

data and a comprehensive explanation of the error dynamics are provided. (#1143) $215 352 pages, hardcover

Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition E. Kaplan, C. Hegarty, Editors Artech House, Inc., 2006

An engineer's guide to understanding and utilizing today's GPS technology. Includes sections on fundamentals, receiver operation, effects of interference on signal tracking, GPS performance, differential GPS, integration with other sensors, GLONASS, and the INMARSAT overlay, and projections for future GPS markets and applications. The 2nd edition adds the integration of GPS with vehicles, cell phones, nav and comm receivers, classes of satellite broadcast signals and the Galileo system. (#1024) $139, 680 pages, hardcover

Avionics Navigation Systems, 2nd Edition Myron Kayton & Walter R. Fried John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997

This book was written for the navigation system engineer, whether user or designer and presents a unified treatment of the principles and practices of modern navigation sensors and systems. (#1014) $175, 773 pages, hardcover

Introduction to Geodesy: For Undergraduate Study

Muneendra Kumar, Satish K. Sharma, Chandra S. Khare Coordinates, New Delhi, India, 2009

This is an easy to understand textbook on the science of geodesy. Only typical formulas and equations have been included to familiarize students with the complexity of ellipsoidal computations. Derivation steps are kept to a minimum. Great care has been taken to write and compile the text in a straightforward sequential progression. (#2469) $34, 120 pages, softcover

GPS Satellite Surveying, 3rd Edition Alfred Leick John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2004.

Comprehensive coverage of theoretical aspects (including derivations) and practical background information. Includes network adjustments, adjustment computations,

Scale replicas of the Block IIR GPS Satellites Perfect for displays or awards

The smaller model is perfect for award presentations or tabletop displays. The larger size is ideal for trade shows, exhibits or as part of a permanent lobby display. Both come with a display stand. Call for pricing and availability. (#9024, 9023)


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Books Are Arranged Alphabetically By Author propagation, carrier phase techniques, ellipsoidal and conformal map models, datum transformation, etc. (#1028) $102.95, 560 pages, hardcover

Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing

D.G. Manolakis, V.K. Ingle, S.M. Kogon Artech House, 2005

The authoritative volume offering a unified, comprehensive and practical treatment of spectral estimation, signal modeling, adaptive filtering, and array processing. With over 3,000 equations and 300 illustrations, you get balanced coverage of implementation issues, applications and theory, useful to professional engineers as well as students. (#1628) $129, 794 pages, hardcover

Stochastic Models, Estimation and Control Peter S. Maybeck Academic Press, 1992. Republished 2001 by NavtechGPS.

This set is still the definitive work on this topic. Thorough coverage of the fundamental concepts of stochastic processes, estimation and control, including practical experience and insights. Ideal class textbook. Spiral notebooks for easy study. Vol. I: 423 pages, (#1277) $67 Vol. III: 291 pages, (#1279) $57

This textbook guides the reader through the theory & practice of satellite orbit prediction and determination. It covers elaborate force models as well as precise methods of satellite tracking. The accompanying CD-ROM includes relevant data files for applications with all source codes written in C++. (#1200) $82, 369 pages, hardcover, CD included

Solutions Manual for Vol. I: (#1281) $47

Getting Started with GPS Surveying

Simon McElroy, et al. Published by the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors, 1996.

A thorough, but simple look at using GPS for land surveying, primarily presented through a mixture of easyto-follow text and cartoon illustrations. (#1476) $45, 181 pages, softcover

Global Positioning System: Signals, Measurements & Performance, Revised 2nd Edition Pratap Misra and Per Enge Ganga Jamuna Press, 2011

As reviewed by Dr. Penina Axelrad, "This is an excellent graduate level textbook on GPS crafted by two master teachers. It provides a comprehensive overview of the key elements of GPS and focuses specifically on the algorithms for signal processing, position, velocity and time solutions." This printing has an updated Chapter 3, "Future Global Navigation Satellite Systems," focusing on new signals. First printing errata are corrected. (#2500-2) $85, 569 pages, hardcover (NavtechGPS is the sole distributor.)

A textbook, this content requires no prior knowledge of probability and is developed with a new look at conventional approaches. The book concentrates on basic topics and includes a simplified treatment of a number of advanced ideas. Avoiding extensive math, the author relies on application examples to clarify points. (#2431) $85, 454 pages, softcover

New Potential of LowFrequency Radionavigation in the 21st Century

Integrity Prediction and Monitoring of Navigation Systems

Wouter J. Pelgrum Self published, 2007

Pieter Bastiaan Ober Integricom Publishers, 2003

The assessment of the integrity of navigation systems and their relation to the positioning requirements and the chosen position estimation and failure detection algorithms are discussed. An important distinction is made between integrity prediction, based on system models only, and integrity monitoring, which additionally uses measurement data in the integrity assessment information that is traditionally not exploited to the fullest extent. (# 2432) $70, 146 pages, softcover

Gerard Offermans & Arthur Helwig Walter de Gruyter, Inc., 2003

The Set, Vol. I-III: (#1280) $147

Athanasios Papoulis Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1990

O. Montenbruck & E. Gill Springer Pub., 2000

Integrated Navigation System Eurofix, Vision, Concept, Design, Implementation & Test

Vol. II: 289 pages, (#1278) $57

Probability & Statistics

Satellite Orbits

Eurofix is an application of the concept of integrated navigation and it combines satellite based radionavigation systems such as GPS (or GNSS) and the terrestrial radionavigation system Loran-C (or the Russian equivalent Chayka). (#1142) $99, 299 pages, softcover

Autonomous Ground Vehicles By Ümit Özgüner, Tankut Acarman and Keith Redmill Artech House, 2011

This unique book explains the key aspects that make autonomous vehicle behavior possible. It focuses on providing professionals with a practical understanding of the relevant technologies, including presenting the basic autonomous control and feedback techniques for vehicle velocity control and car following, steering and lane following, obstacle avoidance, lane change, and parking operations. From maps, path planning, and obstacle avoidance scenarios to cooperative mobility among autonomous vehicles, vehicle–to-vehicle communication, and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication, this book presents the most critical topics in the field today. (#2472) $127, 278 pages, hardcover

GPS has enabled accurate, affordable, and almost ubiquitous positioning and timing. The everimproving performance of GPS has long fueled the thought that GPS - and GPS alone - was to be the designated future of radio positioning and timing. (#2455) $99, 295 pages, softcover (Also downloadable online for free)

Applied Satellite Navigation Using GPS, Galileo and Augmentation Systems R. Prasad, M. Ruggieri Artech House, 2005.

Covers the basics of navigation satellite systems, with required navigation performance and equations, Galileo service and security issues, legal and market policies of GPS and Galileo re commercial, public utility and safetyof-life applications. Integration of navigation with communications, especially wireless systems, is discussed as well as some of the open issues in these areas. (#1156) $95, 290 pages, hardcover

Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications Antti Raisanen and Arto Lehto Artech House, Inc., 2003

Applications from wireless comm and nav to sensors and radar. This practical resource addresses the generation, control, detection and utilization of radio waves as well as details of radio link, amplifier and antenna design, noise and modulation theory. Also includes a useful review of biological effects and safety standards. (#1220) $95, 396 pages, hardcover

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B. Rama Rao, W. Kunysz, R. Fante, K. McDonald Artech House, Inc., 2003

This unique book offers the newest and most comprehensive coverage of GPS/GNSS antennas. Providing over 410 references and taking into account the requirements of modernized systems and key developing applications. This practical resource addresses critical antenna performance requirements, provides guidance on the design of adaptive arrays and signal processing techniques, covers a wide range of antenna designs, and much more. (#2474) $120, 404 pages, hardcover

Beyond the Kalman Filter, Particle Filters for Tracking Applications

Brank Ristic, Sanjeev Arulampalam, Neil Gordon Artech House, 2004

For most tracking applications the Kalman filter is reliable and efficient, but it is limited to a relatively restricted class of linear Gaussian problems. To solve problems beyond this, particle filters are proving to be dependable methods of stochastic dynamic estimation. (#1141) $121, 302 pages, hardcover

Applied Mathematics in Integrated Navigation Systems 3rd Edition Robert M. Rogers AIAA, 2007

For those directly involved with the design, integration, test and evaluation of navigation systems. This edition includes additional background material, exercises and additional applications. Selected exercise software is in a companion CD-ROM. (#1144-2) $90, 334 pages, hardcover

Applied Inertial Navigation: Problems and Solutions

O. Salychev, 2004 Many changes are happening in the inertial technology and INS/ GPS integration techniques and this new book is dedicated to the new generation of inertial systems research and development. (#1139) $90, 306 pages, 93 figures, in English, hardcover

North American Datum of 1983

Charles R. Schwarz, Ed. National Geodetic Survey, Dec. 1990 edition

A detailed description of the datum, including history, assessment, methodology, execution/results and implementation. (#1632) $35, 256 pages, softcover.

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Satellite Geodesy, 2nd Ed. Gunter Seeber Walter de Gruyter, Inc., 2003

This book covers the field of satellite geodesy and is intended to serve as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a reference for professionals and scientists in the fields of engineering and geosciences, geodesy, surveying engineering, geomatics, geography, navigation, geophysics, and oceanography. (#1529) $83.00 358 pages, hardcover

Introduction to Geodesy: The History and Concepts of Modern Geodesy James R. Smith John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997

A revised edition of the author's Basic Geodesy. This book avoids complex formulas and equations and provides a basic understanding of geodesy. Topics include: traditional survey positioning techniques, geodetic systems, physical geodesy, the World Geodetic System, satellite geodesy, GPS, gravity measures, electromagnetic distance measurement, projections. (#1450) $80, 224 pages, softcover

Global Positioning System: Theory and Applications

J. Spilker & B. Parkinson; P. Enge & P. Axelrad, Eds. AIAA, 1996

A comprehensive and classic reference on GPS. Volume I is more fundamental than Volume II, which contains advanced material. This standard GPS reference is for any organization serious about working with GPS. Volume I: (#1132) $119.95, 703 pages, hardcover Volume II: (#1133) $119.95, 643 pages, hardcover Two Volume Set: (#1134) $192

Geodesy, 3rd Edition

Wolfgang Torge Walter de-Gruyter, Inc., 2001

A complete revision reflects changes in geodesy in the last 20 years. The increased accuracy of geodetic products and their high data rates have significantly increased the contributions of geodesy to geodynamics research, strengthening the role of geodesy in geoscience. Includes recent examples of instrument results and an extensive reference list. (#1530) $49.95, 416 pages, softcover

Fundamentals of Global Positioning System Receivers: A Software Approach, 2nd Edition

receivers. This work provides a comprehensive reference on the operational principles guiding this technology. It has an emphasis on software-based signal processing with a cutting-edge approach expected to dominate future integration of GPS receivers into cellular phones. (#1527) $104.50, 352 pages, hardcover

An Album of Map Projections

USGS USGS Professional Paper #1453, 1989

This album is a first attempt to set forth in a comprehensive manner most of the useful and commonly known map projections. It uses consistent and concise non-mathematical descriptions accompanied by standardized visual portrayals. (#1600) $35, 249 pages, softcover

A-GPS: Assisted GPS, GNSS and SBAS Frank van Diggelen Artech House, 2009

Assisted GPS (A-GPS) allows GPS to work better & faster in any location. This unique book teaches the technical aspects of A-GPS and emphasizes practical implementation. It reviews standard GPS design and will help you understand why GPS requires assistance and how A-GPS enables the computing of a position in the absence of precise time – a unique topic. Describes how to design and analyze a high sensitivity GPS receiver. (#2463) $92, 400 pages, hardcover.

GPS for Land Surveyors, 3rd Edition Jan van Sickle Ann Arbor Press, 2008

This edition adds GNSS systems to GPS. A working guidebook by and for surveyors, mappers, planners, managers, GIS practitioners, students and more! Covers everything from fundamental theory at a medium level to practical application. (#1007) $89.95, 335 pages, hardcover

Fundamentals of Kalman Filtering: A Practical Approach, 2nd Edition

Paul Zarchan, Howard Musoff AIAA, 2005

A practical guide to building Kalman filters showing how filtering equations can be applied to real-life problems. Numerous examples are presented in detail showing the many ways in which Kalman filters can be designed. The book contains a CD-ROM of Kalman filtering software. (#1145) $124.95, 677 pages, hardcover

James Boa-Yen Tsui John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2005

A working resource for engineers; how to build and operate GPS

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Alphabetical Listing By Title Book List Alpha A-GPS: Assisted GPS, GNSS and SBAS, Frank van Diggelen.................................................................................. 6 Aided Navigation: GPS with High Rate Sensors, Jay A. Farrell ................................................................... 3 Algorithms for Global Positioning, Kai Borre and Gilbert Strang................................................................. 2 An Album of Map Projections, USGS........................... 6 An Introduction to GNSS: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and the Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Charles Jeffrey........................................................................ 4 Applied Inertial Navigation: Problems and Solutions, O. Salychev, 2004............................................. 6 Applied Mathematics in Integrated Navigation Systems 3rd Edition, Robert M. Rogers........................ 6 Applied Optimal Estimation, Arthur Gelb, Editor..... 3 Applied Satellite Navigation Using GPS, Galileo and Augmentation Systems, R. Prasad, M. Ruggieri..5 A Software-Defined GPS and Galileo Receiver: A Single-Frequency Approach, Kai Borre, Dennis M. Akos, N. Bertelsen, P. Rinder, S. Jensen............................. 2 Autonomous Ground Vehicles, By Ümit Özgüner, Tankut Acarman and Keith Redmill.................................. 5 Avionics Navigation Systems, 2nd Edition, Myron Kayton & Walter R. Fried...................................................... 4

Global Positioning System: Signals, Measurements & Performance, Revised 2nd Edition, Pratap Misra and Per Enge........................................................................... 5 Global Positioning Systems, Inertial Navigation, and Integration, 2nd Edition, Mohinder S. Grewal, Lawrence R. Weill, Angus P. Andrews............................... 3 Global Positioning System: Theory and Applications, J. Spilker & B. Parkinson; P. Enge & P. Axelrad, Eds............................................................................. 6 Global Positioning System, Theory and Practice, 5th Ed., Hofmann-Wellenhof, et al.................................. 4 GNSS Aided Navigation and Tracking: Inertially Augmented or Autonomous, James L. Farrell.......... 3 GNSS Applications and Methods, Gleason, GebreEgziabher................................................................................. 3 GNSS for Vehicle Control, D.M. Bevly, S. Cobb........... 2 GNSS: Global Navigation Satellite Systems: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, & More, Hofmann-Wellenhof, Lichtenegger, Wasle.............................................................. 4 GNSS Markets and Applications, Len Jacobson....... 4 GPS for Land Surveyors, 3rd Edition, Jan van Sickle...................................................................................6 GPS/GNSS Antennas, B. Rama Rao, W. Kunysz, R. Fante, K. McDonald.............................................................. 6 GPS Positioning Guide, Geodetic Survey Division.... 3

Beyond the Kalman Filter, Particle Filters for Tracking Applications, Brank Ristic, Sanjeev Arulampalam, Neil Gordon................................................ 6

GPS Satellite Surveying, 3rd Edition, Alfred Leick... 4

Celestial Navigation … When Your GPS Fails, Mark Breach...................................................................................... 2

Inertial Navigation Systems with Geodetic Applications, Christopher Jekeli...................................... 4

Digital Terrain Modeling: Acquisition, Manipulation and Applications, N. El-Sheimy, C. Valeo, A. Habib....................................................................... 2

Integrated Aircraft Navigation, James L. Farrell...... 3

EGNOS: The European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System: A Cornerstone of Galileo, European Space Agency,..................................................... 2

Hydrography, C.D. de Jong, G. Lachapelle, S. Skone, I.A. Elema................................................................................. 2

Principles of GNSS, Inertial and Multisensor Integrated Navigation Systems, Paul D. Groves....... 3 Probability & Statistics, Athanasios Papoulis............ 5 Radio Engineering for Wireless Communication and Sensor Applications, Antti Raisanen and Arto Lehto......................................................................................... 5 Radionavigation Systems, Borje Forssell..................... 3 Satellite Geodesy, 2nd Ed., Gunter Seeber................. 6 Satellite Orbits, O. Montenbruck & E. Gill..................... 5 Scale replicas of the Block IIR GPS Satellites, Perfect for displays or awards.......................................................... 4 Server Side Assisted-GPS in JAVA, Neil Harper........ 3 Spread Spectrum Systems for GNSS and Wireless Communications, Jack K. Holmes.................................. 4 Statistical and Adaptive Signal Processing, D.G. Manolakis, V.K. Ingle, S.M. Kogon..................................... 5 Stochastic Models, Estimation and Control, Peter S. Maybeck.................................................................................. 5 The 3-D Global Spatial Data Model: Foundation of the Spatial Data Infrastructure, Earl F. Burkholder..2 The Global Positioning System & Inertial Navigation, Jay A. Farrell and Matthew Barth............. 3 The Measurement of Time: Time, Frequency and the Atomic Clock, Claude Audoin & Bernard Guinot..2 Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, 2nd Edition, E. Kaplan, C. Hegarty, Editors................... 4 Wireless Positioning Technologies and Applications, Alan Bensky................................................ 2

Integrated Navigation System Eurofix, Vision, Concept, Design, Implementation & Test, Gerard Offermans & Arthur Helwig................................................ 5 Integrity Prediction and Monitoring of Navigation Systems, Pieter Bastiaan Ober.......................................... 5

Fundamentals of Global Positioning System Receivers: A Software Approach, 2nd Edition, James Boa-Yen Tsui............................................................... 6

Introduction to Geodesy: For Undergraduate Study, Muneendra Kumar, Satish K. Sharma, Chandra S. Khare.................................................................................... 4

Fundamentals of High Accuracy Inertial Navigation, Averil B. Chatfield......................................... 2

Introduction to Geodesy: The History and Concepts of Modern Geodesy, James R. Smith........ 6

Fundamentals of Kalman Filtering: A Practical Approach, 2nd Edition, Paul Zarchan, Howard Musoff...................................................................................... 6

Introduction to GPS: The Global Positioning System, Ahmed El-Rabanny.............................................. 2

Galileo: Europe’s Guiding Star. The European Global Navigation Satellite System, ESTEC, with 17 Contributing Authors........................................................... 2

Physical Geodesy, Bernhard Hofmann-Wellenhof and Helmut Moritz........................................................................ 4

Introduction to Random Signals and Applied Kalman Filtering, 4th Edition, R. G. Brown and P. Y. C. Hwang...................................................................................... 2

Geodesy, 3rd Edition, Wolfgang Torge........................ 6

Kalman Filtering Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition, M. S. Grewal and A. P. Andrews.......................................... 3

Geographic Information Systems Demystified, Stephen R. Galati................................................................... 3

MEMS-Based Integrated Navigation, P. Aggarwal, Z Syed, N. El-Sheimy, A. Nouereldin...................................... 2

Geometric Geodetic Accuracy Standards and Specifications, Federal Geodetic Control Committee..3

Navigation: Principles of Positioning and Guidance, Hofmann-Wellenhof, ed................................ 4

Getting Started with GPS Surveying, Simon McElroy, et al........................................................................... 5

New Potential of Low-Frequency Radionavigation in the 21st Century, Wouter J. Pelgrum........................ 5

Global Positioning System: A 7-Volume Collection Edited by The Institute of Navigation.............................. 4

North American Datum of 1983, Charles R. Schwarz, Editor ....................................................................................... 6

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