This 3-day course begins with a discussion of differential GPS, which continues through the rest of the week together with an in-depth look at GPS signal processing, navigation message content, code tracking, receivers and concludes with a discussion on the basics of Kalman filtering. (Note: This course is the same as the last 3 days of Course 356.)
- To give a comprehensive introduction to GPS and DGPS technology, system concepts, design, operation, implementation and applications.
- To provide detailed information on the GPS signal, its processing by the receiver, and the techniques by which GPS obtains position, velocity and time.
- To present current information on the status, plans, schedule and capabilities of GPS, as well as of other satellite-based systems with position velocity and time determination applications.
- To fill in technical information gaps for those working in the GPS and GNSS fields.
- Familiarity with the subject matter covered in days 1 and 2 of Course 356.
Who Should Attend?
- Excellent for those engineers and technical professionals who know the basics of GPS but need more detail on DGPS, signals, receivers, antennas, navigation algorithms, Kalman filtering and practical aspects of GPS.
Materials You Will Keep
- A color electronic copy of all course notes will be provided on a USB Drive or CD-ROM. Bringing a laptop to this class is highly recommended for taking notes using the Adobe Acrobat® sticky notes feature; power access will be provided.
- A black and white hard copy of the course notes will also be provided
Course Fee Entitles You To The Following Books
Introduction to GPS: The Global Positioning System, 2nd ed., Ahmed El-Rabbany, Artech House, 2006., OR Global Positioning System: Signals, Measurement and Performance, P. Misra and P. Enge, 2nd ed., 2011. (Note: This arrangement does not apply to on-site contracts. Any books for on-site group contracts are negotiated on a case by case basis.)
San Diego, CA
San Diego, CA
Dr. Hegarty is very knowledgeable and he is a great communicator. He explained conceptual and theoretical topics
clearly. He was very accessible in answering questions. He did an excellent job engaging the students in the learning
I thought [Dr. Hegarty] had a great teaching style, was funny and had just the right amount of slides. [Dr. Hegarty] was very good at explaining very technical things in a way that made sense to someone with very little signals /