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Field demonstration of a Mars navigation system utilizing GPS pseudolite transceivers
2002 IEEE Position Location and Navigation Symposium (IEEE Cat. No.02CH37284)
Tasks envisioned for future generation Mars roverssample collection, area survey, resource mining, habitat construction, etc. -will require greatly enhanced navigational capabilities over those possessed by the Mars Sojourner rover. Many of these tasks will involve cooperative efforts by multiple rovers and other agents, adding further requirements both for accuracy and commonality between users. This paper presents a new navigation system (a Self-Calibrating Pseudolite Array) that can providedoi:10.1109/plans.2002.998902 fatcat:6zntfzao3nggxaw2kmz5aq356a