Performance analysis of BDS for regional services with consideration on weighted factors

At the current stage, the service performance analysis of BeiDou satellite navigation system (BDS) can provide important references for BDS applications. Accuracy, integrity, availability, and continuity are important indicators of the service capability of the satellite navigation system. In this paper, the relationships among them are analyzed firstly. Secondly, for describing accuracy, position dilution of precision (PDOP) is selected and the quantitative calculation formulas of its availability and continuity are established. Then PDOP of BDS in Asia-Pacific region is simulated and analyzed, the results show that the average availability and continuity of PDOP in the service area during 24?h are up to 99.60% and 0.9947/h, respectively. Thirdly, this paper has a brief introduction to weighted least square algorithm of receiver autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM) and analyzes the relationships among the probability of false alert, the probability of missed detection, threshold, the minimum detectable error and the number of visible satellites. The threshold and the minimum detectable error will increase with the increasing number of visible satellites when given the false alert probability and missed detection probability, respectively. Finally, the quantitative calculation formula of RAIM availability and continuity is presented and RAIM availability and continuity are simulated and analyzed as well, the results show that the average availability and continuity in the service area are up to 99.95% and 0.9984/h, respectively.

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  • Accession Number: 01602200
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 1 2016 1:37PM