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The Evolution of the National Geodetic Survey's Continuously Operating Reference Station Network and Online Positioning User Service
2006 IEEE/ION Position, Location, And Navigation Symposium
The United States Department of Commerce's National Geodetic Survey (NGS) has developed a nationwide network of continuously operating reference stations (CORS) designed to support the broad spectrum of post-processed, relative Global Positioning System (GPS) techniques and applications. This network now comprises more than 900 permanent, geodetic-quality GPS receivers, in various installation configurations. The network was established through an exemplary cooperative effort, involving nearlydoi:10.1109/plans.2006.1650658 fatcat:r77x3lavbvgklpmxdajpetxbxu