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The X 2-axis being orthogonal to both the X I-axis and the X 3-axis completes a right-handed coordinate frame. Fig. 1. Equatorial coordinate systems 28 3 Reference systems A coordinate system whose origin is located at the barycenter is at rest with respect to the solar system. It is, therefore, an inertial system which conforms to Newtonian mechanics. In a geocentric system, however, accelerations are present because the earth is orbiting the sun. Thus, in such a system the laws of general relativity must be taken into account.

C/ A -code pseudorange receivers With this type of receiver, only code pseudoranges using the Cj A-code are measured. The receiver is usually a hand-held device powered by flashlight batteries. , UTM coordinates and height). Receivers with four or more channels are preferred for applications where the receiver is in motion since simultaneous satellite ranges can be measured to produce more accurate positions. On the other hand, a single channel receiver is adequate for applications where the receiver is at a fixed location and the range measurements can be sequentially determined.

1, the different behavior of satellite clocks with and without SA is shown. With SA activated, there are variations of the pseudoranges with amplitudes of some 50 m and with periods of some minutes. When pseudoranges are differenced between two receivers, the dithering effect is largely eliminated. The c:-process is the truncation of the orbital information in the transmitted navigation message so that the coordinates of the satellites cannot accurately be computed. The error in satellite position roughly translates to a like position error of stand-alone receivers.

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