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Proceedings of the 2015 International Industrial Informatics and Computer Engineering Conference
Use of Global Positioning System (GPS) for space applications, especially in low-earth orbit (LEOs) formation flying missions, has recently attracted more and more attentions. This paper proposes an Extended Kalman Filter (EKF) to increase the accuracy of relative position of LEO formation flying missions. The EKF uses satellite orbital dynamic model, with combination of GPS and carrier phase measurements upon the ionosphere-free model. The carrier phase fuzziness and the position of spacecraftdoi:10.2991/iiicec-15.2015.125 fatcat:i5672eyy3zf27llxda56ll7lsu