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A Tentative View on Relativistic Effect in GPS Measurement


Concerning the issue of light speed, the test to the uniqueness and correctness of the relativity effect in Global Positioning System, leads to the conclusion that the “principle of constancy of light velocity” is not essentially about “different distances to different time” but about “same distance to same time”. According to this principle, is proposed based on using higher-order high-dimensional space of the concept of distance intersection method can make the orbit determination of satellite positioning don't have to consider the earth's rotation, many body problems, and relativistic effects factors like observation ground static target could be achieved with measurement results. 

 Xinli Zhou

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