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Feasibility analysis of the performance of low-cost GNSS receivers in monitoring dynamic motion

Xue, Chenyu; Psimoulis, Panos A.; Meng, Xiaolin

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Chenyu Xue

Xiaolin Meng



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Abstract

The development of low-cost GNSS receivers broadens their applications, such as deformation monitoring, which have been performed routinely by survey-grade GNSS receivers. To evaluate the performance of low-cost GNSS receivers, we assessed the precision of low-cost multi-GNSS receivers in monitoring dynamic motion and developed methods of using a closely-spaced dual low-cost GNSS receivers’ system to enhance their performance. In this study, both the survey-grade and low-cost GNSS receiver/antennas were mounted on a circular rotating device executing controlled periodic rotation. It was shown that the precision of the low-cost GNSS receivers could be enhanced to the level of 2–4 mm, by using multi-GNSS observations and limiting the noise level based on error modelling and filtering of the closely–spaced low-cost GNSS receivers. Finally, from the experiments and a real bridge monitoring application, it was proved that low-cost GNSS receivers could accurately define modal frequencies of ∼0.362 Hz and ∼1.680 Hz, respectively.

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Xue, C., Psimoulis, P. A., & Meng, X. (2022). Feasibility analysis of the performance of low-cost GNSS receivers in monitoring dynamic motion. Measurement, 202, Article 111819. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2022.111819

Journal Article Type Article
Acceptance Date Aug 22, 2022
Online Publication Date Aug 28, 2022
Publication Date Oct 1, 2022
Deposit Date Sep 8, 2022
Publicly Available Date Sep 12, 2022
Journal Measurement
Print ISSN 0263-2241
Publisher Elsevier BV
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 202
Article Number 111819
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement.2022.111819
Keywords Applied Mathematics; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Condensed Matter Physics; Instrumentation
Public URL https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/10916900
Publisher URL https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S026322412201020X?via%3Dihub

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