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Combining Galileo PRS and GPS M-Code

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A-GNSS    Assisted GNSS
AltBOC     Alternative BOC
BCS         Binary Coded Symbols
BOC         Binary Offset Carrer
BOCcos    Cosine phased BOC modulation
BOCsin     Sine phased BOC modulation
BPSK        Binary Phase Shift Keying
C/A         Coarse/Acquisition
CBCS       Composite Binary Coded Symbols
GNSS       Global Navigation Satellite System
GPS         Global Positioning System
OS           Open Service
PR           Pseudorange
PRS         Public Regulated Service
SBAS       Satellite Base Augmentation System
TEC         Total Electron Content
UERE       User Equivalent Range Error
DOP         Dilution of Precision
HDOP       Horizontal Dilution of Precision
VDOP       Vertical Dilution of Precision
PDOP       Positioning Dilution off Precision


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