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RAIM with Multiple Faults1 J. E. Angus
 

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RAIM with Multiple Faults1
J. E. Angus
Raytheon Company
Network Centric Systems
Fullerton, CA
and
Claremont Graduate University
909-607-3376
909-607-8261 (FAX)
john.angus@cgu.edu
http://wfs.cgu.edu/angusj/home
Abstract
Contemporary Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) algorithms such as that
developed by Brown and Chin[1] are designed to allow the user's receiver to supply its own
integrity and protect against the development of excessive noise as well as bias, both originating
from the ranging measurements. Past RAIM protection levels have assumed that there is at
most one ranging source with bias. This work is focused on extending RAIM protection levels
to account for multiple biases.
1. Background and Motivation

  

Source: Angus, John - School of Mathematical Sciences, Claremont Graduate University

 

Collections: Mathematics