DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S073527271999120080
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Stability of regional positioning in navigation fields of global satellite systems

E. T. Skorik

Abstract


The paper determined the conditions of functioning and composition of technical national facilities if ensuring stability of position finding and navigation by information fields of global satellite radio navigation systems, whose maintenance is provided by owners of the systems outside the regional borders of the area used by civil users as well as the conditions for stable operation of these facilities in the presence of interference, selective access and other limitations in the case of unlicensed use of the open code of standard mode.

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