Spaced-GNSS receiver techniques for ionospheric irregularity drift velocity and height estimation based on high-latitude GNSS scintillation
Spaced-GNSS receiver measurements offer an inexpensive approach for remote-sensing the ionospheric irregularity drift velocity during ionospheric scintillations. Conventional approaches targeting equatorial amplitude scintillations are less applicable in high latitude regions where phase scintillations are more prominent. This dissertation demonstrates spaced-receiver techniques that use multi-GNSS carrier phase measurements to estimate irregularity drift velocity and effective irregularity height at high latitudes during scintillations. A time-domain method and a time-frequency domain method ...
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