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33\title{Processing GNSS Data in Real-Time}
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35\author{Leo\v{s} Mervart}
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37\institute{TU Prague}
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39\date{Frankfurt, January 2014}
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60\frametitle{Medieval Times of GNSS (personal memories)}
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62\begin{description}
63\item[1991] Prof. Gerhard Beutler became the director of the Astronomical Institute, University of
64 Berne. The so-called Bernese GPS Software started to be used for (post-processing) analyzes of
65 GNSS data.
66\item[1992] LM started his PhD study at AIUB.
67\item[1992] Center for Orbit Determination in Europe (consortium of AIUB, Swisstopo, BKG, IGN, and
68 IAPG/TUM) established. Roughly at that time LM met Dr. Georg Weber for the first time.
69\item[1993] International GPS Service formally recognized by the IAG.
70\item[1994] IGS began providing GPS orbits and other products routinely (January, 1).
71\item[1995] GPS declared fully operational.
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79\frametitle{CODE-Related Works in 1990's}
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81\begin{itemize}
82\item The Bernese GPS Software was the primary tool for CODE analyzes (Fortran~77).
83\item IGS reference network was sparse.
84\item Real-time data transmission limited (Internet was still young, TCP/IP widely accepted 1989).
85\item CPU power of then computers was limited (VAX/VMS OS used at AIUB).
86\end{itemize}
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88In 1990's high precision GPS analyzes were almost exclusively performed in post-processing mode.
89The typical precise application of GPS at that time was the processing of a network of static
90GPS-only receivers for the estimation of station coordinates.
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97\frametitle{Tempora mutantur (and maybe ``nos mutamur in illis'')}
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