|Jun25-12, 04:18 PM||#18|
2 clocks on a single satelite
It would take a few seconds for you and me to paint MMX setup.
But GPS... , it has too much unnecessary properties for calculation position in 3D space.
Mentioned case I suppose is only linear.
It means all necessary apparatus likely can be placed just along one line, vertically.
(Let say we have 1km hight building. This way maybe would be easier to calculate and to understand.)
What minimal equipment it is necessary and how to run the experiment itself?
This is pure technical question.
|Jun25-12, 04:20 PM||#19|
|Jun26-12, 07:54 AM||#20|
If you think about GPS, just extract the most important pars from it and show how.
I am not an expert for GPS, but generally I know how it works and I do not found any solution.
The simplest picture would be much useful to be sure we talk about the same things,
because my English is not good enough.
But with big building maybe would be even easier for you, if it possible at all.
I am not sure maybe I am asking not in good time, maybe most proper people are on holidays?
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