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Browsing JPL Technical Report Server by Author "Ibanez-Meier, R."

Browsing JPL Technical Report Server by Author "Ibanez-Meier, R."

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  • Hardy, K.; Hajj, G.; Kursinski, E.; Ibanez-Meier, R. (1993-09-24)
    Radio occultation studies of the terrestrial atmosphere are possible through use of signals transmitted by satellites of the Global Positioning System (GPS) and received by one or more other satellites in low earth orbit ...
  • Ibanez-Meier, R.; Freedman, A.P.; Herring, T. A.; Gross, R. S.; Lichten, S. M.; Lindqwister, U. J. (1994)
    Data collected over six days from a worldwide Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking network during the Epoch '92 campaign are used to estimate variations of the Earth's pole position every 30 minutes.
  • Zumberge, J.; Webb, F.; Lindqwister, U.; Lichten, S.; Jefferson, D.; Ibanez-Meier, R.; Heflin, M.; Freedman, A.; Blewitt, G. (1994)
    Beginning June 1992 and continuing indefinitely as part of our contribution to FLINN (Fiducial Laboratories for an International Natural Science Network), DOSE (NASA's Dynamics of the Solid Earth Program), and the IGS ...
  • Hajj, G.; Ibanez-Meier, R.; Kursinski, E. (1994)
    Observing the Global Positioning System by a satellite in low earth orbit in an occulting geometry provides a powerful means of imaging the ionosphere.
  • Hajj, G.; Ibanez-Meier, R.; Kursinski, E. (1993-09-24)
    Tomographic imaging of the ionosphere is examined using singular value decomposition analysis. The interdependency of the obtainable resolution, the accuracy of the solution and the noise data is explained. A simulation ...
  • Freedman, A. P.; Ibanez-Meier, R.; Dickey, J. O.; Lichten, S. M.; Herring, T. A. (1994)
    Earth rotation data were obtained with GPS during the EPOCH '92 campaign in the summer of 1992. About 10 days of data were acquired from 25 globally distributed stations and a constellation of 17 GPS satellites.
  • Freedman, A. P.; Ibanez-Meier, R.; Lichten, S. M.; Dickey, J. O.; Herring, T. A. (1993)
    Earth rotation measurements were obtained using Global Positioning System (GPS) data for 11 days during the Epoch '92 campaign in the Summer of 1992.
  • Ibanez-Meier, R.; Freedman, A. P.; Lichten, S. M.; Lindqwister, U. J.; Gross, R. S.; Herring, T. A. (1994)
    Data from a worldwide Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking network spanning six days during the EPOCH '92 campaign are used to estimate variations of the Earth's pole position every 30 minutes. The resulting polar ...

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