Inertial Navigation Systems Analysis
ISBN/ASIN: 047110485X,9780471104858 | 1971 | English | djvu | 267/267 pages | 3.92 Mb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc | Author: Kenneth R. Britting | Edition: 1
Out-of-print for years, this highly sought-after volume, remains the most popular reference on inertial navigation systems analysis. Finally, this classic book is back in print and readily available only from Artech House. Authored by a pioneer in the field, this authoritative resource focuses on terrestrial navigation, but is also useful for air and sea applications. Packed with valuable, time-saving equations and models, the book helps engineers design optimal navigation systems by comparing the performance of the various types of system mechanizations. Although applications and technology have changed over the years, this book remains the best source for fundamental inertial navigation system knowledge, from notational conventions, reference frames, and geometry of the earth, to unified error analysis, self-alignment techniques, and the development of a system error model. This well-illustrated, timeless reference belongs on the shelf of every practicing engineer working in this area. It is suitable for electrical engineers working in the area of GPS and other navigation systems, as well as for graduate engineering students in related courses.